Construction Industry Infographics
6 Cost Estimating Business Tips You Need to Know [INFOGRAPHIC]
Today’s estimators are faced with more challenges than ever before. From getting bids in on time to risking finances by going over budget. Here are 6 tips to help you stay on track with your estimates
How to Pick The Best Asset Management Software In 5 Easy Steps [INFOGRAPHIC]
Picking a tool tracking software is never easy. Read this infographic to learn the five steps you should take when navigating tool and equipment tracking software for your firm.
Tracking the Real Cost of Your Construction Project [INFOGRAPHIC]
The method you use to manage tools and equipment can impact your bottom line. This infographic walks through how to track the real costs of your construction project.
A Look Back at Lasers: the Blindingly Bright Years of Scanning [INFOGRAPHIC]
In the past, 3D Laser Scanning was an idea only made possible by our imaginations. Now, we can use 3D laser scanning to collect data, model, and detail – take a look at the history of laser scanning.
5 Key Benefits of Scanning Retrofits [INFOGRAPHIC]
Take a look our infographic and see how you can reap the benefits of scanning retrofits during your next renovation.
The Future of Construction Is Coming, and It's Driven by IoT [INFOGRAPHIC]
Check out our Construction IoT infographic and discover what you need to know about the future of Construction and IoT.
4 Steps to Successful BIM Implementation [INFOGRAPHIC]
If you’ve ever wondered how to properly implement a BIM process for your firm, or even if you’re skeptical about successful adoption, take a look at this infographic on four steps to BIM success!
Construction Health and Safety Risks You Should Know About [INFOGRAPHIC]
You will be shocked by these health and safety stats! Take a look at our infographic containing construction health and safety risks you need to know now.
How to Prepare a Profitable Bid/Build Estimate [INFOGRAPHIC]
A robust estimating process can not only safeguard your estimates and reduce the risk of errors but can lead the way to more profitable jobs.