Chances are you’ve probably seen them hovering over a construction site, capturing photos and collecting data. Maybe your firm has even used them to do some surveying or to monitor progress on a job. We’re talking about drones, or more correctly unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and construction firms are realizing the many benefits this technology […]
Ask any construction business owner, regardless of the size of their firm, what their top priority is and we’re guessing you’ll get the same response every time: worker safety. The real question owners should constantly be asking themselves is whether or not their safety program is robust enough to meet their commitment to protecting their […]
iSqFt and Assemble Systems Forge Partnership to Accelerate Use of BIM in Preconstruction Exclusive agreement offers unprecedented sharing of 3-D models between general contractors and subcontractors to reduce errors and time during bidding process January 26, 2016 CINCINNATI & HOUSTON– iSqFt and Assemble Systems today announced that they have agreed to a strategic partnership that […]
Recent merger provides customers the most comprehensive planning, bidding and post-bid information in the construction industry November 11, 2015 ATLANTA & CINCINNATI – CMD and iSqFt, will unveil their next generation offering, which marries CMD’s powerful Insight platform and iSqFt’s proprietary network and software during the Greenbuild Conference Nov. 18-20 in Washington D.C. The recent […]
Recently, iSqFt helped this Huntsville, AL, company expand its services to win a $300K project. Here’s the story…
In his 30-year career, Phil Hoey has held executive-level positions at NBC, AOL, GE Capital, Epsilon, LexisNexis, and SourceLink.
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Good or bad, BIM is here to stay and already changing the construction process. If you aren’t already using it, here’s how to start.