Technology & Innovation

Posted May 18, 2020

Technology in the construction industry is advancing rapidly and it is changing the way we build. Increased use of technologies like Building Information Modeling (BIM) and prefabrication are making projects smarter, safer, and more interconnected than ever before. In the field, technology is opening up new career opportunities for skilled tradesman.

  • Increased use of 3D modeling on construction sites allows everyone involved access to the same information, in real time, limiting trade clashes and making projects more productive. Raymond achieves this collaboration with the use of an in-house Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) team. The VDC team facilitates projects through value engineering and complex 3D and BIM modeling. Learn More.
  • At Raymond, we are committed to building as safely and streamlined as possible. To that end, Raymond has invested in a number of prefabrication technologies that offer a higher quality product and radically fewer workers on site, allowing for efficiency and social distancing for all trades. Learn More.


Legacy International Center
The new Legacy International Center in San Diego, California, designed by the architecture firm of Carrier Johnson + Culture, spans 18-acres with five buildings. Included in the development is a 127-room luxury hotel (with a pool, spa, and fine dining), a welcome center and museum, a pavilion with ...
Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain
In 2012, Raymond worked with joint venture partner Outside the Lines, Inc. to restore the 1960’s-era Arthur J. Will Memorial Fountain at the center of Los Angeles’s Civic Center (renamed Grand Park). The historic renovation of the fountain was part of a $56M transformation of the 12-acre ...

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