OK, now that I have your attention, let’s get down to the reality of safety in today’s construction – safety is WORK. And that doesn’t even include keeping up to date on ever-changing OSHA regulations.
It started as so many good ideas do – with a simple hallway chat. “Ken,” I said, “We have to get involved in #ConstChat!”
BidClerk and iSqFt have announced that they have finalized and closed a transaction that merges the two fastest-growing, most innovative SaaS companies in the commercial construction software segment.
Barry Eady is a Senior Estimator with BL Harbert International, one of our general contractors, and he wrote to us to share four ways GCs and subcontractors can improve communication.
The bidding process can feel one-sided. You submit something. You never hear back. The bid goes into a black hole of project management and construction runaround.
People who are overwhelmed with projects often recognize that it’s a blessing of sorts. But it’s a blessing that solves a problem in the same way that being thirsty and getting thrown into a lake solves a problem.
iSqFt announced today that they’ll be exhibiting at AIA Convention 2014 in Chicago, June 26–28. In booth #1612, the company will have representatives on hand to offer demonstrations and answer questions about their industry-leading solutions.
Sometimes it feels like this business is just about price and winning the bid just comes down to the number. Make no mistake, price matters, and everyone is under more pressure than ever to keep costs down.
I spend a lot of my time out of my comfortable office chair and in airplane seats and in rental cars because I know there’s no replacement for face-to-face conversations with iSqFt customers and people of all stripes throughout the industry. There just isn’t.
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