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Digital Delivery

Digital project delivery is more than just a technological shift; it’s a revolution in how projects are conceived, planned, designed, built, and operated. GENx’s service facilitates interactive digital spaces accessible to all stakeholders, fostering collaboration among clients, architects, engineers, builders, trades, and even local residents.
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Key Components of Digital Project Delivery

  • Design Collaboration: Focuses on content creators working seamlessly through a managed process centered
    around a common digital model.
  • Design Management: Empowers individuals outside of content creation to manage risk, cost, and safety
    through a shared data environment.
  • Common Data Environment (CDE): A central repository storing project data and information, enhancing
    collaboration and extending the value of BIM data.
  • Digital Twin: A digital representation enriched with critical asset data, allowing visualization,
    monitoring, and optimization of assets in real time.

Benefits of Digital Project Delivery

  • Efficiency: Streamlined workflows and improved communication reduce errors and enhance decision-making.
  • Proactivity: Teams can be proactive, distributing responsibility evenly, and anticipating and solving
    problems throughout the project.
  • Data Accessibility: A single source of truth eradicates ambiguity, miscommunication, and promotes better

Addressing Industry Challenges

  • Workplace Flexibility: Adapting seamlessly to post-pandemic remote work models with cloud-based
  • Efficiency in Complexity: Managing growing project complexity with a shrinking labor pool through
    effective CDE utilization.
  • Industry Standards: Transitioning to digital project delivery to keep up with evolving industry standards
    like ISO19650.

The Future of Digital Project Delivery

As the AEC industry moves towards a data- and platform-based digital delivery process, GENx envisions unlocking even greater value from project and asset data. Digital project delivery, already indispensable today, promises a future marked by better insights, leaner operations, transparency, smarter decisions, and a clearer path to sustainability.

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