Buildings are only useful if they are built with the users in mind. The focus now more than ever is on the end user. This can be seen through the incorporation of human-centric design approaches to construction. In order to meet the demanding needs which is increasingly being placed on our infrastructure, these end users are now being consulted in order to deliver the detailed nuances required in specific structures.
With AR software integrated with BIM overlays, these users can advise construction managers and architects on the placement of equipment, doors, data points and power outlets. With this approach there is a more holistic process to the build. Essentially, we can bring all stakeholders to the table at the early design stages to ensure all user needs are met.