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.
From budgeting, to payroll, to actual responsibilities, the Project Manager and Construction Manager are not to be confused with each other. They may seem interchangeable, but they are anything but.
Your construction company has a safety program. Of course it does! Every man and woman on your jobsite knows to wear a hardhat and safety vest, knows when it’s a good idea to tie off, … about Safety First. And Last.
Andrew Carlson is a Product Manager (PM) at Procore, the construction software giant. From real-time drawing management to photo-assisted observations, Procore throws innovative, labor-saving wonder at your productivity gaps. How is this done? Carlson, an … about Birth of a Procore Tool
When project management software first showed up on the jobsite, the smirks and eye-rolling were an accepted part of the rollout. Convincing the rank and file was (and to a lesser extent still is) a … about Construction Software: Where We Stand Today
Trump Tower is a globally recognized 68-story landmark skyscraper in Midtown Manhattan. When it opened for business in 1983, it was arguably the most famous skyscraper in the world. It was also known for something … about Barbara Res, Trump Tower, and the Sense of Self
Dustin Burns sums himself up neatly. “I guess I'm not the average nerd.” It’s a fact. McCownGordon Construction’s IT Director is not the guy in the crowd you would immediately pick out as the techie, … about Dustin Burns: McCownGordon’s Tech Guru with a Hammer
Back in the day, paper ruled the office. Forms were produced in unnecessary triplicate, spreadsheets covered the desks of overworked bookkeepers, and file cabinets everywhere became overstuffed document graveyards. Paper paper paper. Something had to … about NextGen SaaS Part 3: Where Are We Now?
The digital workplace arrived with a bang, and with it a flood of software “point solutions” that promised to revitalize outdated office practices. Overnight, hundreds of retail software vendors arose to meet the sudden demand … about NextGen SaaS Part 1: The Point Solution That Wasn’t