Environmental data is the least likely type of information to be managed through specialist software, according to companies surveyed for Procore’s How We Build Now 2020 report. It does, however, touch on multiple areas construction … about How Capturing Environmental Data on Your Construction Projects Can Help You Get Ahead
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From the world's first hydrogen-fueled jobsite to Queensland's new $14 billion infrastructure plan, we've got you covered on all the industry news from around the … about How Procore’s Construction Data is Alleviating Market Uncertainty, An Update on SF’s Millennium Tower, and Tackling Lonely Leadership
For Spence Construction, transforming its construction management platform into a real-time centralised system with Procore has been a game-changer. It has helped the company address and overcome a broad range of construction management issues, especially … about How Spence Construction Halved Errors and Rework with Procore
By some estimates, more than 1.2 billion users, including most of the real estate industry, rely upon Microsoft Excel. While Excel is a powerful commercial tool for statistical, engineering, and financial data tracking and analysis, … about Six Pitfalls of Excel in Commercial Real Estate Cost Tracking
The construction industry presents a vast array of opportunities to innovate through the application of Machine Learning. Not only will it make construction more efficient and innovative, the ability to capture and analyse project trends … about How Machine Learning Will Raise the Bar on Construction Safety and Performance
Predictive analytics sounds complicated, and behind the scenes it is, but real world uses are easy to understand, and they make good business sense. And for construction companies, predictive analytics are offering the next step … about How Predictive Analytics Can Get You On The Path to An Incident-Free Jobsite
Estimating mistakes cost contractors plenty. And, with the demand from customers for estimates on-the-fly, the chances of missing the mark increase dramatically. Try this FLOW strategy to stop making estimating mistakes.
While we are definitely seeing a movement of data being put to good use, the construction industry is still hesitant to take the plunge. However, the benefits and insights that big data, predictive analytics, and … about How Data Can Dramatically Transform Your Construction Projects
The construction industry is awash in data, which until recently was seen as little more than a project byproduct to be filed away once the job is over.
Every worker movement on site, every piece of equipment, every materials delivery—all give measurable data. By leveraging these and other data points you get from jobsite monitoring, you start to gain a better understanding of … about Transforming Jobsite Data into Actionable Insights