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Skanska launches new Data Solutions Team for USA division

by Liam Turner
Scottish construction industry group launches new 'data dashboard'

Skanska has launched its new USA Building’s Data Solutions Team, which will be headed by Will Senner and Amy Jones, veterans of the global construction and development firm.

Skanska says that, aside from ensuring the data created and utilised is more accessible and connected, the team will help to drive the most data-informed business decisions for clients.

Anita Nelson, Skanska USA Building’s chief strategy officer, said: “Data and AI are transforming construction and this team is helping us pioneer and innovate to ensure that data-informed insights, tools, and strategies remain at the forefront of our work.

“Our early investments in data infrastructure have yielded great outcomes – and the creation of the new Data Solutions Team furthers our commitment to delivering the most up-to-date and data-informed solutions to our clients to ensure the most optimal business outcomes possible.”

In partnership with Skanska USA’s IT Data Management Office, Skanska says its Data Solutions team will use industry research to identify and prioritise data solutions.

Doing so, it says, will allow the firm to improve project efficiency, cost certainty, client value, and employee satisfaction.

In addition, the team will also seek to utilise artificial intelligence and predictive analytics.

Skanska says all of its work in this area will build on and adhere to the recent guidelines issued by the group for AI and ChatGPT.

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