The loud arrival of construction management software (CMS) in the construction sector has been dominating headlines for a while now. It is safe to say that digital construction management solutions are here to stay. Construction … about Rise of the Construction Technologist
The culturally mixed nature of the construction project is one of the industry’s strengths. But as the COVID-19 virus makes its way around the globe, the inter-cultural jobsite may be something else, as well—a truly … about Building Communication in the Age of COVID-19
The Sares Regis Group has evolved into an acquisitive, multidisciplinary real estate company with more than 6.9 million square feet of commercial properties valued at $6.7 billion and over 2,800 residential units under development.
Hackman Capital Partners has spent the past 33 years swinging for the fences—acquiring, optimizing, and—through the strategic alchemy of capital projects—morphing raw real estate ore into high-value assets.
As one of just five global finalists for 2019’s coveted ICF Prism Award, Procore Technologies is in terrific company. The International Coach Federation’s previous honorees include Coca-Cola and Google, for instance. This globally recognized nomination … about Leader As Coach: Prism Award Recognizes Procore
Today JBKnowledge reads—and reports on—the tech tea leaves for the construction industry. Their annual ConTech Report pored over like scripture by construction decision-makers all over the globe. The company's CEO and founder James Benham had … about James Benham’s Knowledge: Driving ROI with Tech
Steve Jones, head of Industry Insights Research for Dodge Data recently led a Groundbreak session on using the BIM model as both a road map and a granular visual guide for project management. With such … about BIM? BAM! But Always Start with the Model
Today, 'Frisco is making use of its limited peninsular footprint by building up, up, up. While some locals fondly recall the lower, more approachable city skyline of yesteryear, today the city is bristling with neck-craning … about San Francisco—Built on a Dream
Carl Marcus had an idea—one of those ideas that can take root, feed on its own common sense and sweat, and blossom into a big deal. He’d been building quonset huts for the Norling family, … about It Came From Prinsburg: Marcus Construction and the Art of Diving In
The so-called “cloud” is a series of state-of-the-art, geographically dispersed data servers that redundantly host your project information, and present it to your people in the field and office as clear, actionable information.