Finding and evaluating new sof tware for your construction business isn’t easy on a good day. But discovering your estimating tools are lacking in the middle of a crisis can be overwhelming.
As the COVID-19 pandemic has begun to spread across countries and industries, the commercial construction industry has found varied methods to adapt to changes in workforce, funding and supply chains.
The greatest economic boom period in history seems to have come to an abrupt slowdown, but there are things you can do NOW to keep your business afloat and well positioned for the future.
Color options influence decisions we make every day — from the fruits and vegetables we select for our families, to larger, more important purchases like cars, homes, and business renovations. Making color choices is part of our daily lives.
In the current environment — with staffing reductions and remote work being performed at unprecedented levels — various facilities present the need to be managed from off-site locations by fewer employees. Using Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology could allow facility management work to be continued from off-site, thus reducing potential for exposure to the new coronavirus.