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Some companies are already doing it – Laing O'Rourke used BIM to complete the $870 million Moorebank Unit Relocation, the country's largest post-war defence facilities project, on time and on budget. In March, parliament's Smart ICT inquiry recommended BIM be required for all infrastructure procurement projects worth $50 million or more. Lendlease is investing in techniques such as prefabrication

John Holland's professional staff use tablets on site to track progress and update work diaries, but Mr Banger said that was just the start of better use of technology.

The data increasingly being generated in construction would fundamentally change the business, said McKinsey & Co partner Mukund Sridhar, who spoke at the conference organised by construction software company Aconex. 

"If you're generating the data, you want to control it and you want to do things to it – analysis, you want to get insights out of it," Mr Sridhar said., News Around the world presents the latest information of national, regional, and international, politics, economics, sports, automotive, and lifestyle.

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