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  • The BIM Phrasebook Volume 2

    The BIM Phrasebook Volume 2

    In the first volume of the BIM Phrasebook, we reviewed several key terms you need to know. Volume 2 builds on the first BIM Phrasebook, adding new terms and definitions that might be unfamiliar to you

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  • Top 10 Revit Tips for MEP Designers and Detailers

    Top 10 Revit Tips for MEP Designers and Detailers

    This free guide provides the top 10 tips that MEP designers and detailers need to master the Revit platform like a pro. Expand your design knowledge today.

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  • How to Save 87.5% on Every Layout Point

    How to Save 87.5% on Every Layout Point

    If you're a layout technician, you might be doing layout the old fashioned or manual way. This could mean losing time, money, and valuable resources.

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  • 3D Scanning Myths, Debunked

    3D Scanning Myths, Debunked

    3D laser scanning is your most cost-effective and efficient solution to streamline the collection of accurate measurement data on complicated construction projects. But here are some myths debunked.

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  • Here's How Expert Estimators Win More Bids

    Here's How Expert Estimators Win More Bids

    Estimators personally create more than 100 estimates a year, and most win just less than 25%. Here are 3 tips for winning bids.

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  • How to Escape the Resource Crunch

    How to Escape the Resource Crunch

    As a project manager, finding the right workers for the right job is one of your most important tasks. But this isn't easy. Here's how you can fight the resource crunch.

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  • Using Technology to Handle Jobsite Emergencies

    Using Technology to Handle Jobsite Emergencies

    You can’t always control a jobsite — there will inevitably be circumstances that throw projects for a loop. That’s why it’s important to set several precautions to handle jobsite emergencies.

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  • 3 Costly Effects of Poor Jobsite Access Control

    3 Costly Effects of Poor Jobsite Access Control

    As a safety or security manager responsible for the health of dozens of workers and equipment valued in the thousands, you don’t have an easy job. In fact, it’s one of the most difficult jobs there is

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  • Jobsite Access Control: How to Know Who's Really Onsite

    Jobsite Access Control: How to Know Who's Really Onsite

    Safety managers, project managers, engineers, and superintendents know that access control comes down to three seemingly simple factors —  the Three W's of Labor Tracking.

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  • No Fear: Leveraging Offsite Fabrication for Instant Construction Improvement

    No Fear: Leveraging Offsite Fabrication for Instant Construction Improvement

    Offsite fabrication in construction can save time, money, and resources, which in turn, can help improve your construction process.

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  • OSHA Construction Safety Rules You Need to Know

    OSHA Construction Safety Rules You Need to Know

    If you make your living in the construction industry, you need to be concerned about OSHA safety rules. There’s no way around it, and you know you need to keep your team safe.

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  • Can the CAD Pro Play the Hero?

    Can the CAD Pro Play the Hero?

    If you've ever wondered how to take your CAD skills to the next level, this guide is for you. Access your free guide, "Can the CAD Pro Play the Hero?" today.

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  • Getting Smart on Site: Everything You Need to Know About IoT & Smart Construction

    Getting Smart on Site: Everything You Need to Know About IoT & Smart Construction

    Smart construction with IoT tech lets you track everything from tool and equipment location, to wear and tear—all while monitoring site conditions and worker health. The only limit is your imagination

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  • Scan to BIM Best Practices: What You Need to Know

    Scan to BIM Best Practices: What You Need to Know

    Whether you’re thinking about getting started in 3D laser scanning or you’ve been doing it for years, this guide reviews scan to BIM best practices for construction crews of every level.

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  • 3 Simple Ways to Save Over 70% on Your Submittals

    3 Simple Ways to Save Over 70% on Your Submittals

    Some construction firms require estimators, project managers, or administrative assistant to add job submittals to their workload. Here is how you can save time (and money) on your submittal process.

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  • The Evolution of the Job Submittal

    The Evolution of the Job Submittal

    Many construction processes haven't evolved as much as others. The job submittal is one of them. If you're a project manager or administrative assistant in charge of submittals, this is for you.

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  • Every Estimator Should Use Pricing Software

    Every Estimator Should Use Pricing Software

    Estimators have enough to remember when accurately pricing a bid. Here is why you need to use pricing software for estimating.

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  • How to Manage MEP Content for Constructible Models

    How to Manage MEP Content for Constructible Models

    With BIM on the rise, there has never been a better time to learn how to manage MEP content for your constructible models.

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  • The Ultimate Phrasebook for IoT in Construction

    The Ultimate Phrasebook for IoT in Construction

    What is IoT in Construction? The Ultimate Phrasebook for IoT in Construction will provide you with a complete glossary of definitions you need to know and pro tips for your firm!

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  • Five Easy Ways to Save Money in Tool Management

    Five Easy Ways to Save Money in Tool Management

    If you want to save money and increase efficiency on the jobsite, the first step is ensuring your tool management process is solid. Take a look the 5 major ways you can improve your tool management.

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