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When you’re working with complex work zones, precise operations, and painstaking procedures, 3D laser scanning is your most cost effective and efficient solution to streamline the collection of accurate measurement data on complicated construction and design projects. When analyzing the current conditions of your site, BIM technologies like 3D scanning tools can instantly and accurately collect comprehensive measurement data for construction jobsite measurement and pre-construction processes.
But, with innovative 3D laser site scanning technologies, and other similar technologies, come a lot of questions. We’re working through some of the biggest misconceptions about scanning technology and functionality, so you can spend less time asking questions - and more time implementing new 3D capture solutions, understanding the existing site conditions, and designing for your next contract build-out.
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Construction Appreciation Week 2018
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This Is Why We Need Standards
Standards allow users in the construction industry to work together. And with the rise of BIM and globalization, standards are more important than ever before.
Construction Appreciation Week 2018
Construction workers from JE Dunn have been building a 125,000 square foot, four-story office building for Trimble. Office employees said thanks during Construction Appreciation Week 2018.
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.
How to Manage Your Construction Operations With Telematics
Telematics refers to the long-distance transmission of data. It has been regarded as the basis for tracking the GPS location of vehicles. However, this technology is advancing quickly in construction.
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.
5 Things to Remember When Writing a Competitive Bid
Most companies only close on 10 - 20 percent of bids. Learn what estimators can do to help close deals, and the role technology plays in improving the quality of project bids.
Dear USA, the UK Is Beating You at BIM
BIM is a natural way forward, and adoption is rising across the globe. This rate can vary amongst countries, however. The UK is widely recognized as a world leader, while the US lags behind...
What is OSHA 10?
For anyone who has ever worked around large machinery, familiarity with OSHA standards isn’t just commonplace— it’s a requirement. So how do you prove you're compliant? That’s where OSHA 10 comes in.
OSHA Standards 101: How to Maintain Safety Compliance
Learn the ins-and-outs of OSHA standards how to improve job site safety, and why you need technology to make your construction project safer.
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.
Construction Workers Respond to the Women's #MeToo Movement [VIDEO]
Females are still a minority in the workforce and, rightly or wrongly, construction has a reputation for being biased. Vice interviewed construction workers to learn about bias our industry.
Simple Ways to Manage Your Tool Crib Inventory
Good tool crib managers know what they have, where it is, where it’s going, and where it’s been. This isn’t an easy task, but there are things you can do today to get your tool crib in order.
Mental Health In Construction [STATS]
When you think about jobsite hazards, physical risks probably top the list. But what about the dangers you can’t see? Mental health in construction is one of these dangers.
What’s a BIM Execution Plan and Why Should MEP Firms Have One?
As the construction industry learns more about BIM, a BIM execution plan will become necessary. This 3D model-based process has changed the way AECO professionals plan, design, build, and operate.
Are Copper Prices Putting Pressure on Estimators?
The full impact of fluctuating copper prices isn’t simple, and many estimators fail to take crucial variables into consideration. The result is more money lost from an already thin profit margin.
How to Find Talented Estimators During the Labor Shortage
Many essential roles in construction don’t physically involve getting your hands dirty. In addition to skilled labor, estimators are becoming harder to find during the labor shortage.
The ELD Mandate Can Save Construction Operators Time and Money
A more comprehensive fleet management solution can help construction equipment operators stay compliant with the new ELD mandate. Discover the additional benefits in the way you manage your fleet.
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.
You’re Burning Money Every Month on Job Submittals
Most construction firms could save over 70% of the time and money they invest into job submittals by making just a few small changes to the tools and processes they use to put packages together.
Resilience Planning in Design and Construction