Seminars for contractors on workforce development, big data
By dsamllc, May 12 2016 04:15PM
“Many companies are fearful of analyzing big data because of the mammoth amounts of information that comes in the form of design and scope updates, manpower coordination, equipment and materials coordination, budget management and project communication is intimidating, because we don’t know how to incorporate it back into our companies,” says DSA Program Manager Germaine Gray. “The seminar we developed with the Houston Independent School District Business Assistant Department is a non-threatening way of eliminating the fear of technology and project reporting by teaching clients how using data opens meaningful discussions. ”
Construction Big Data and You, a construction management planning program designed to help provide clarity to construction businesses in maintaining competitive, viable and profitable projects.
This customized program enhances the ability to collect and analyze your project’s BIG DATA allowing predictive patterns to be revealed leading t o the identification of the following:
• Project Trends
• Optimum Manpower Levels
• Schedule Efficiencies
• Potential Risk Scenarios
One important part of using BIG DATA is developing team problem solving skills to implement project strategies derived from data analysis. DSA has partnered with industry-leading LCPTracker to bring Labor Compliance consultation and coverage to its clients. This partnership includes an Internet-based system exclusively for HISD 2012 Bond Program contractors at no charge..
Let DSA help you bring these value-added programs to your company. To learn how to participate, or to host a seminar at your location, contact us at 713.870.2459.
Beginning in 2016, DSA will partner with you to host seminars on two key topics of critical interest to today’s construction business owners: workforce development and the use of big data.
Good help is hard to find. It’s even harder to keep it in a competitive market,” says Darryl Samuels, managing Partner of D. Samuels & Associates, LLC. Local construction companies must embrace analyzing data, identifying trends and implementing strategies based on in-house compliance reporting instead of relying on hearsay and gut feelings.