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Innovators: STV improves project delivery through integrated information

6/28/2016 at 1:18 pm by

Every time information flows between architect, engineer, construction manager, and owner there is a drop in efficiency and a potential negative financial impact. It’s an age-old problem that AEC firm STV is tackling today with its BIM456 initiative. STV started its BIM 456 initiative in 2012 to integrate scheduling (4D), estimating (5D), and facility management…

Three trends service contractors should be aware of

6/24/2016 at 12:18 pm by

The market research firm Forrester annually releases its customer services trends report, providing insight into what consumers expect from the companies they do business with. This year’s report particularly caught my eye because of three trends that I believe are particularly relevant for electrical, HVAC, and other contractors that install, repair, and provide ongoing maintenance…

Robots and more. . . a crazy construction future

6/22/2016 at 12:54 pm by

If you’re an old Styx fan like me, the campy rock song “Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto” may get stuck in your head all day! Perhaps an example of life imitating art, Mr. Roboto is thanked for “doing the jobs nobody wants to” – which could describe the state of construction labor now and most likely in…

One way to improve subcontractor relationships

6/20/2016 at 11:17 am by

Retaining reliable subcontractors is worth its weight in gold these day. There are many ways to assure you are given priority on a sub’s list of projects. But I’d wager top in importance is how quickly you pay them. Easier said than done . . .right? What about those invoices that take days to track…

Navigating the lien process: Answers to common questions

6/14/2016 at 11:41 am by

As a contractor, you have certain rights that assure you are paid for the materials, services, and labor you provide to real property.  Asserting your lien rights allows you to force the sale of a property you’ve worked on in order to recover your money. There are many rules associated with perfecting and foreclosing on…

Four things to look for in a technology partner

6/9/2016 at 11:36 am by

Selecting software for your construction company is a major decision. In past blog posts, we’ve talked a lot about the importance of having an IT strategy to assure you don’t end up with a mishmash of software that won’t work well together. We’ve also covered the capabilities you should expect from construction applications—whether you’re looking…

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