Constructed Campus

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Higher education teams have many challenges when delivering, maintaining and restoring their campuses. This ebook will help education leaders choose the right tools to: • Scale university-provided services in parallel with university growth Provide visibility into facility and campus data • Meet tight construction deadlines • Minimize disruption to campus during construction • Ensure the

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Own Your Data: What Data Portability Means for the Construction Industry

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To many in the construction world, project data is a new topic for discussion. There are three important topics when thinking about data in the construction industry: data ownership, data structure and data portability. Download this ebook to learn about the benefits of implementing productivity tools to eliminate information gaps that occur as data is

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The Ultimate Buyers Guide to Construction Software

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What should you look for in construction software? Many rapidly growing construction companies face this question. This Buyers Guide will walk you through what questions to ask when evaluating different software, successful adoption plans for your teams, and give some ideas on what to look for when approaching software vendors.  Read this Buyers Guide to

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The Ultimate Buyers Guide to Construction Software

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What should you look for in construction software? Many rapidly growing construction companies face this question. This Buyers Guide will walk you through what questions to ask when evaluating different software, successful adoption plans for your teams, and give some ideas on what to look for when approaching software vendors. Read this Buyers Guide to

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Construction Disconnected: Rethinking the Management of Project Data and Mobile Collaboration to Reduce Costs and Improve Schedules

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PlanGrid partnered with FMI Corporation to survey construction leaders about how teams spend time and leverage technology investments. The results indicate that time spent on non-optimal activities such as fixing mistakes, looking for project data and managing conflict resolution accounts for $177.5 billion in labor costs per year in the U.S. alone. The study found

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An Introduction to Lean Construction for Today’s Construction Professionals

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Today’s construction professionals are looking for ways to maximize value and efficiency and minimize waste, essentially doing more with less. In this introduction to Lean construction management principles, learn how applying them to a project and continuously assessing ways to eliminate waste and inefficiencies achieves: • Increased productivity• Reduced waste, Enhanced quality• Advanced execution–less fire-fighting•

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Connected, Anywhere. 8 Field Focused Challenges in Heavy Civil Construction And How to Overcome Them

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Weak technology in the field has historically limited improving how Heavy Civil and Infrastructure projects are approached. When field teams are unable to communicate and receive real-time feedback from engineers and designers, entire projects suffer. The ability to curtail costs and complete work within budget is key to managing the world’s growing infrastructure needs. In

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Own Your Trade: The Subcontractor’s Guide to Taking Control of Project Collaboration

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As a subcontractor, you need to provide high quality, experienced tradespeople and excellent service. But that’s only a small portion of what you do. Your job is to meet productivity demands, stay on schedule and stay on budget. While other professionals balance those same responsibilities in the air for their own business, you have to

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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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