Posted: January 8, 2018 | Project Management
Technology. It means something different to everyone. It is a tool for the tech savvy, a burden to some, and a crutch for others. The expectation for everyone to use technology for everything has increased. Regardless of where you fall on the technology knowledge spectrum, the one common thread that connects most of us is the need to use technology and experiencing some level of frustration at one point or another while using to use it. You can't do business without technology anymore, and the pros outweigh the cons. Therefore, having the right support in your corner is key to using technology as a tool to better position your business for success.
Posted: January 7, 2018 | Project Management
Here are seven new amazing technologies that will soon be mainstays on construction sites. They have the potential to save you hours of time and increase your bottom line.
Posted: January 6, 2018 | Project Management
Market demand for green buildings is driven by a variety of financial, environmental and social factors. As green building has become more prevalent over the past two decades, developers, financiers, owners, and occupants are paying more attention to the cost savings green buildings can deliver. Green buildings bolster the triple bottom line of people, planet and profit – regardless of location or space type. Demand for high performance, environmentally friendly buildings only continues to grow.
Posted: November 6, 2017 | Project Management
Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) greatly improves project outcomes by realigning the contractual relationships of project team members to serve the best interests of the project rather than any one team member. Joel Darrington explains how the update to the ConsensusDocs 300 IPD Agreement offers significant improvements.
Posted: August 8, 2017 | Project Management
Combining 2D takeoff and BIM allows building teams control over the estimation process they are accustomed to – along with the benefits of 3D models.