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Taking estimating to the next level: one contractor’s story

4/16/2015 at 11:26 am by

If you think your operation is too small to justify a dedicated construction estimating solution—think again. Echo Valley Irrigation (EVI), located in Edmonton, AB Canada, is a small company (two person office) that designs and installs irrigation systems for sports fields and golf courses. They’ve been up and running on Sage Estimating for almost a…

From Final Four to favorite four software support

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A few weeks ago, March Madness, the annual college basketball tournament, kicked off with four days of wall-to-wall basketball. I cannot begin to tell you how much I enjoy the first two days of the tournament. I always take those days off work and spend them at a sports bar glancing from screen to screen…

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Six reasons why construction is a cool career choice

4/9/2015 at 12:59 pm by

Somewhere between the fun of building things as a kid and selecting a career, construction loses its luster. Women, in particular, tend to cross construction off their job-hunting list, believing there are no opportunities in the field for them. And many younger workers still view the industry as dull and dated. Not so, say several…

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Dream big! Just look what you can do with LEGOs

4/6/2015 at 10:11 am by

LEGO® . . . the name originated from two Danish words “Leg” and “Godt,” meaning “play well.” As a child, I loved playing with LEGOs. There were so many fun things you could build; it seemed like the possibilities were endless. And, maybe they are. I recently ran across the article “Could You Build a…

A different approach to the construction worker shortage

4/3/2015 at 11:23 am by

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the construction industry will require over 7.2 million workers by the year 2022. Yet the primary working age group—those between 25 and 54—is projected to decline. Ouch! Bottom line, it doesn’t look like it’s going to get any easier for contractors to find qualified employees, especially younger…

Why are construction companies looking for software?

4/1/2015 at 12:25 pm by

There are many reasons why a business starts searching for software. According to Software Advice, which talks to thousands of software buyers each year, improving estimating and bidding currently tops the list for construction. This is just one tidbit from a recent random sampling of conversations Software Advice has had with construction professionals. Two-thirds of…

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