The Role of Technology in Supporting Construction Quality and Safety Report 

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University of Melbourne in partnership with Autodesk

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This joint report shares insights on:

This report examines current challenges and opportunities related to the use of technology in managing construction quality and safety. 
The report is conducted by the University of Melbourne, in partnership with Autodesk. 

Based on quantitative data analysis and qualitative feedback from construction industry leaders, the report provides key recommendations for the continued uptake of technology. 

Key construction quality and safety issues
Challenges for technology uptake to manage construction quality and safety

Standards and regulations affecting construction quality and safety

Technology for site verification
Future technology trends in safety and quality management

Sneak Preview of Report Findings

Singaporean stakeholders confirm that capturing what happens on site is the most difficult aspect of quality and safety management.



Australian construction businesses see lack of information management as the biggest hurdle in tech adoption for quality and safety.

"As installed" checks in Australia and Singapore are conducted at handover. 


For more insights, download the full report by University of Melbourne and Autodesk.

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