The National Institute of Building Sciences Off-Site Construction Council (OSCC) is administering this survey to assess the role of software in delivering off-site constructed projects.
"Off-site construction" is the planning, design, fabrication and assembly of building elements at a location other than their final installed location to support the rapid and efficient construction of a permanent structure. Such building elements may be prefabricated at a different location and transported to the site or prefabricated on the construction site and then transported to their final location. Off-site construction is characterized by an integrated planning and supply chain optimization strategy.
The OSCC is interested in understanding which software tools industry participants are currently using to achieve this optimization strategy. Your answers are anonymous and your responses, which will be compiled into a report, will be included in the aggregate only. (Note: there is an option to leave contact information at the end of the questions to allow follow-up, but this is voluntary.) Thank you for your participation in the survey!