7 Ways to Boost Productivity in Heavy Civil Construction

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The infrastructure across America is failing and needs updates and improvements. By 2025 an estimated $4.6 trillion will need to be spent on projects designed to enhance and improve our nation’s roads, bridges and ports. It’s no secret that heavy civil projects are often over budget and completed late. The ability to curtail costs and

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Construction Productivity Software Buyer’s Guide: How to Choose the Best Mobile Construction Apps for Your Company

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The right construction software is a must and will have a huge impact on the way your teams collaborate, how swiftly you complete projects and tasks and even the overall success of your project. But there are a lot of mobile construction apps out there. Which one is best for your business? This guide will

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How to Transition to a Paperless Construction Company

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Rework due to poor document control costs the U.S. construction industry $4.2 billion a year. And an inconsistent record set is a primary cause of rework, which negatively impacts construction productivity and the bottom line. Imagine being able to update an entire team’s sheets in real-time without having to wait for a new set to

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Construction Productivity 101: A Practical Guide to Increase Productivity in 7 Easy Steps

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While many factors contribute to construction project cost overruns, the primary factor is low productivity. In fact, construction is one of the few industries that is less productive now than it was 60 years ago. Low construction productivity costs the U.S. global economy $1.6 trillion a year. As costs from inefficiencies continue to soar, the

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The Dollars and Sense of Mobile Construction Apps: How to Calculate the Return on Investment from Construction Mobility

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Technology is on the rise in the construction industry, with an increasing number of construction companies deploying an array of leading-edge technologies across the project lifecycle. While traditional construction software has failed to solve construction’s productivity problem, mobile technology solves the two primary pain points driving digital transformation in the construction industry. Download this ebook

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7 Tips for Getting Field Teams to Embrace Construction Software

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Despite significant benefits, the use of mobile devices and applications in the field is still new to the construction industry. Whether you’ve just bought construction software or you want to inspire your team to make the switch to digital, we’ve created this quick guide to help get your coworkers on board. Learn how to: •

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DevOps without Measurement is a Fail

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The DevOps movement continues to gather speed, and, according to many, it’s about time. After all, fostering collaboration and transparency across the entire delivery process has been shown to help everyone get great work done quickly. That means faster delivery of software, fewer defects, faster resolution of problems, and better allocation of limited resources. However,

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Best Practices for Monitoring Cloud-Based Applications and Infrastructure

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Despite its overwhelmingly positive impact, the rise of cloud computing has undoubtedly created many new challenges for the development and operations of applications. But those very challenges also represent an unprecedented opportunity for enterprises to fundamentally rethink the way they develop, monitor, and maintain their IT environments. Perhaps most notable is the chance to finally

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Measure Twice, Cut Once

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Now that you’ve made the decision to migrate, where do you start? What does success mean? How do you ensure you don’t regress in performance? There is an old adage in carpentry that you should measure a board twice before you make a cut so you can limit the need to make a second cut

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7 Requirements for Monitoring Cloud Apps and Infrastructure

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Cloud computing changes everything, and application and infrastructure monitoring are hardly exceptions. The flexibility, scale, services, and pay-as-you-go pricing options provided by modern cloud platforms—Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and tools like Pivotal among them—have completely changed how companies architect their applications as well as how they deploy the corresponding infrastructure.

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