A degree in construction management not only equips students with the skills needed for success but it can also provide an opportunity to be at the cutting edge of what’s next for the industry.
Specialty contractors are at the front lines of delivering projects on time and on budget. However, they face unique challenges that frequently stand in the way of maximizing profits and productivity. Among them, the use … about Why Procore is Built for Specialty Contractors
McCownGordon Construction and Procore go back a long way. Headquartered in Kansas City, MO, the company started using Procore in 2012 and even worked with the construction management software firm to build its financial integration … about How McCownGordon is Using Technology to Improve Customer Experience
Anyone who follows macro trends in the construction industry knows that investment in construction technology is reaching an inflection point: our industry continues to lag other major business sectors when it comes to tech adoption.
For Concord Projects, technology is not the future; it’s the now. President and CEO of the Winnipeg-based design-build company Nolan Ploegman says it’s essential for every company to realize this fact or they risk being … about Integrating Technology into How We Build with Concord Projects
Adaptation has always been the cornerstone of successful businesses. But perhaps never before has flexibility and resilience been as important in a post-pandemic world. Successfully navigating sudden and unforeseen changes to everything from our working … about How to Adopt New Technology with Minimal Fuss and Maximum Impact
Apps that don’t play nice with each other create a lot of extra work for construction professionals with more on their plates than getting software to properly communicate. Whether data gets manually added by hand … about Construction App Usage is Up, But Integration Still Playing Catchup
With construction teams working amidst the pandemic, digital tools have become more essential than ever for teams looking to maintain their productivity, while maintaining social distancing measures.
They say slow and steady wins the race, and this adage is definitely applicable when it comes to construction technology adoption. The industry has made great strides over the last decade to become a more … about Can Innovating Slowly Help Speed Up Construction Technology Adoption?
A recent survey found only one in five surveyed construction firms met the criteria of being ready for the future, according to KPMG’s Future Ready Index. The defining characteristic that makes them ready? Innovation.