CMAA 2021 focused on how construction teams can build an advanced digital construction management system.  The innovation theme looked back at how far we have come over the last 20 years and allowed us an opportunity to learn from thought leaders on what the next 20 years will bring to the infrastructure industry.

Recently, our CEO, George White, had the honor of contributing an article to Construction Executive: Disruption Within Construction: Is Infrastructure the New Frontier for Innovation that was largely inspired by the great work we’ve had the privilege to witness at our client organizations. From drone surveying to digital twins, to tools that help organizations optimize their materials tracking processes, HeadLight clients are some of the most innovative in the industry.

Watch our session presented along with Aaron Ford, Associate Vice President, Senior Technology Project Manager, HNTB on Monday, September 13th at 1pm EST:

Infrastructure: Innovation’s New Frontier
Session Description

The session focuses on key innovations and case studies from owners and private construction companies that have been early adopters of technology with high returns on investment. George and Aaron cover technology that has increased the efficiency of construction projects and has forced organizations to adapt to stay competitive at bid time. They discuss technologies like civil information modeling, digital twins, drone surveying, and inspection platforms that provide real-time information, as well as analytical tools that help companies track and optimize their projects and assets. Tune in to learn from real-world examples of innovation in action including the Rhode Island Turnpike and Bridge Authority’s bridge inspection drone program and how the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development achieved a 28% increase in productivity through smart innovation decisions resulting in an AASHTO Sweet Sixteen award!

We’d love to discuss any of the above topics with you. Feel free to get in touch and we’ll find time to connect.