Real Estate Trends & Strategies Conference.

March 3-4, 2022 | USA

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The Real Estate Trends & Strategies Conference is a platform where commercial and residential real estate investors, real estate brokers, real estate appraisers, attorneys, architects, builders, developers, and other real estate industry-related professionals will benefit from the education and networking opportunities. Industry professionals discuss the future of Real Estate and network with the best in the industry at conferences.

Spotlight

The measure of the rate at which work is performed is called “productivity”. It is a ratio of production output to what is required to produce it. The measure of productivity is defined as a total output per one unit of a total input. In construction, the output is usually expressed in weight, length, or volume, and the input resource is usually in cost of labor or man-hours. There are many standards available in the construction industry for contractors as reference values for purposes of construction cost estimation. These standards may vary in values but most are similar in principle. This white paper will explore labor factoring and how advances in technology are making management of labor productivity more predictable. The use of technology can expose inefficiencies, enable visualization of problem areas, and improve construction planning accuracy, as well as provide documentation and visualization to support or defend change order requests and construction claims.


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Spotlight

The measure of the rate at which work is performed is called “productivity”. It is a ratio of production output to what is required to produce it. The measure of productivity is defined as a total output per one unit of a total input. In construction, the output is usually expressed in weight, length, or volume, and the input resource is usually in cost of labor or man-hours. There are many standards available in the construction industry for contractors as reference values for purposes of construction cost estimation. These standards may vary in values but most are similar in principle. This white paper will explore labor factoring and how advances in technology are making management of labor productivity more predictable. The use of technology can expose inefficiencies, enable visualization of problem areas, and improve construction planning accuracy, as well as provide documentation and visualization to support or defend change order requests and construction claims.

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