Construction Industry Infographics
State of Construction 2018 [INFOGRAPHIC]
The results are in! We surveyed over 1,000 construction professionals in the MEP and field professions to determine the state of construction in North America. Read on to learn more.
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
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!
Exciting 2018 Green Construction Predictions You Need to Know [INFOGRAPHIC]
As the demand for new buildings reaches an all-time high, so does the need for green construction. Check out our infographic on the top 2018 green construction predicitions you need to know.
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.