Bridging the Marketing Gap in Construction

Podcast: Bridging the Marketing Gap in Construction Are you telling your story or allowing others to fill in the gap with potentially inaccurate information? Join host Todd Weyandt and guest Mike Merrill as they continue with the second part of their conversation and how to overcome the marketing problem in construction. Todd and Mike get [...]

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Analytics in Construction: Beginner’s Guide to Data Visualization and BI 

Every industry has trends that come and go, so it’s understandable leaders get wary of the latest buzzwords. The true test of what’s a shiny toy object versus what has longevity is the value it provides. Take Business Intelligence, or BI for short. BI gives contractors the ability to visualize data […]

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Test Mobile WF Min

Hours Saved Job Costing *Galindo and Boyd saved 1.25 hours per week for their supervisors, superintendents, and foremen. # of Employees *Galindo and Boyd had 13 supervisors, superintendents, and foremen. Average Pay Rate *USDNational average pay rates for the foreman to superintendents are $18 to $36 per hour. Some companies have employees allocate job cost. [...]

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Innovation in Construction: Using Tech to Tackle Its Bad Rep

There are a lot of stereotypes about the construction business, such as all projects go over budget and delays are inevitable. Most of them are dated and untrue, but these misconceptions still weigh the industry down. How? For starters, by making it harder to attract good workers and increasing […]

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