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Construction IT: New attitudes, new opportunities

04/13/2017 at 11:24 am

Just a few years ago I would have described the construction industry as reluctant to embrace information technology (IT). Today I believe that is changing. Superintendents, project managers, and service techs now regularly use mobile devices to file daily field reports, access project information and submit work orders and time sheets. Construction company executives are…


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Simplifying the project management paper flow

07/14/2016 at 12:48 pm

As a construction project manager your typical day is not so typical. Constant trouble shooting, decision making, clarifying plans, meetings, and directing activities fill every minute you’re on the job. The last thing you need is a call from accounting asking if you approved an invoice that is coming due. Staying on top of all…


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Robots and more. . . a crazy construction future

06/22/2016 at 12:54 pm

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…


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One way to improve subcontractor relationships

06/20/2016 at 11:17 am

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…


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Contractors continue to move to the cloud

02/11/2016 at 8:09 pm

I recently had the pleasure of joining Stephen Sandherr, CEO of the AGC of America, and Ken Simonson, AGC chief economist, to present results of the “2016 Construction hiring and business outlook.” This informative report takes a close look at market trends, hiring patterns, and information technology usage in today’s construction industry.  In today’s post,…


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3D printing and the construction industry

09/23/2015 at 7:27 pm

3D printing is changing the world and promising to revolutionize the construction industry. When I first started writing this blog, I must admit I was intimidated because of the amount of information available on 3D printing. After Bre Pettis, cofounder and former CEO of 3-D printer producer MakerBot Industries, attended Sage Summit 2015, I decided…


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