Preparing for the digital future.

WSB’s Digital Construction Management services advance civil construction project delivery for civil infrastructure owners and contractors through model-based digital delivery.  The U.S infrastructure market is a $320B industry and will continue to grow over the next two decades. We respect the ever-increasing complexity of infrastructure projects and are dedicated to creating efficiencies, streamlining processes and mitigating risk.

Through a combination of cutting-edge tools and expertise, we are integrating operational and buildable data within one platform. Our approach fills a hole in the market that did not exist by combining design, contract, field, cost, budget, engineering and specifications.

Our in-house capabilities and commitment to innovation enables full-service support and includes visualization, design modeling, scheduling, data analytics, projects control, IT development resources, construction modeling and survey.

We provide guidance on integrating, visualizing, and disseminating a 3D model in place of 2D paper plans and workflows. We provide the technical resources and expertise to bring digital twins to infrastructure. Our market-leading combination of technical support services combined with model-based design and construction software is changing the way our industry delivers projects.

WSB’s Digital Construction Management Service include:

  • Configuration services that integrate bid-execution-corporate data
  • Development of constructable models from 2D plan sets
  • Deployment services for document management and field documentation
  • Comprehensive technical services to enable digital twins
  • Workflow and custom form set-up to satisfy contract requirements
  • Model validation and iModel creation
  • Quantity management and reporting
  • Contract management, production planning set-up, and configuration support

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We partner with our clients and communities to build what’s next in infrastructure—the places, spaces and systems that support our lives.

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