Raleigh, N.C. – December 8, 2016. FMI Corporation, the leading provider of management consulting and investment banking services to the engineering and construction, infrastructure and the built environment, is pleased to announce the release of its fourth “FMI Quarterly” issue for 2016. The publication (co-sponsored by Zurich) comprises a collection of industry insights and strategies focused on innovation and transformation in today’s engineering and construction industry.
Chris Daum, FMI’s CEO, states, “Advances in technology and innovation in the engineering and construction industry have been historically slow to catch on. Today, that is no longer the case. From innovative construction materials to new processes and emerging technology platforms, every corner of the industry is feeling the impacts and pressures of these developments.”
In this edition of the “Quarterly,” we present unique insights from successful industry leaders (DPR Construction, Thornton Tomasetti and the APi Group) on the different ways in which they have led innovations and positive disruptions. This issue also provides a snapshot of our latest prefabrication industry study and explores the impact of technological influences on today’s E&C labor practices.
Finally, authors also discuss emerging trends in the burgeoning markets for smart homes and smart buildings as well as changing business models for construction management firms.
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Rebecca Esler, FMI