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Archive May 2016

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Remembering all our heroes

05/30/2016 at 12:54 pm

Originating in the years following the Civil War, Memorial Day has a long history of honoring the men and women who have died while serving in the U.S. military. Today, as we remember those who have fallen, let’s also not forget the many soldiers who have and continue to serve our country, especially those injured….


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Are you showing off your construction expertise?

05/27/2016 at 1:31 pm

If you’re waiting for potential customers to call your company or visit your website, it may be too late. They could have already gone with another contractor who they trust is an expert in the construction service they are looking for.  It doesn’t matter if you’re a plumber or an electrician, build billion dollar facilities…


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Yes, there is a better way to manage job costs

05/24/2016 at 10:58 am

A few months ago, I was speaking with an accountant whose small construction client was experiencing tremendous growth. We’re talking double the number of projects that typically came in the door. For the accountant, however, the growth was taking the company’s job costing process to its knees. There was a lot more work to maintain…


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New estimating technology to tackle 5D BIM challenges

05/18/2016 at 11:37 am

Virtual design and construction (VDC) practices today extend into all phases of the building life cycle—from design, through estimating and construction management, and onto building maintenance and demolition.  That flow involves many individuals of different work disciplines—architect, engineer, estimator, project manager and more—each with their own requirements. To address the needs of these different disciplines,…


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Time to take BIM and estimating to the next level

05/12/2016 at 2:34 pm

Building information modeling (BIM) offers many benefits to the AEC industry. In my last post, “Three reasons why estimators are adopting BIM“, I pinpointed specifically how 5D BIM can be used by estimators to provide valuable cost saving strategies and greater project cost predictability. Yet BIM, in many ways, is still in its infancy when…


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Three reasons why contractors are adopting BIM for estimating

05/10/2016 at 1:59 pm

Estimators in today’s fast-paced, small-margin world have their work cut out for them. Buildings are much more complex, while expectations are higher than ever to quickly deliver the best cost-saving strategies. As a result, estimating teams are turning to new technology to help them address these challenges. One such technology is 5D model-based cost estimating…


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