An effective government agency can leave a legacy of good works that have a lasting impact on the local community’s welfare for years to come. From designing smart public transit options, to constructing sustainable roads and bridges, county leaders play a pivotal role for enabling community growth as well as strengthening the economy.
For owners of capital improvement programs (CIPs), there’s never been a more crucial time to engage in digital transformation. Millions of infrastructure assets — bridges, roads, public buildings and much more — across the United States are in urgent need of maintenance or replacement. And plans, along with unprecedented amounts of funding, are coming down the pipeline fast.
This tremendous opportunity comes with a significant challenge: Managing new and bigger CIPs will require organizations to digitize operations in ways that the construction industry has historically resisted or has been slow to adopt.