This week, we sat down with John Goecke, President & CEO of Stratusvue to talk Machine Learning in construction, a fairly new topic for this industry. What we found out is that Machine Learning will unlock new potential for file sharing across the construction landscape.
Our guest today Brian Schwartze, is the COO at Kinzler Construction Services – he’s a featured speaker at the Build What Matters Summit – so if you like this episode, he’ll take a deeper dive into what we talked about here at the summit.
This week, we sit down with Aaron Frumin, the founder of unCommon Construction based in New Orleans, Louisiana on how his organization is breaking down classroom walls by providing opportunity for high school students through the construction trades.
We talked with Tannis Liviniuk, global entrepreneur and founder of Trillium Advisory Group on how construction companies can best utilize people, process, and technology.
We talked with Vanessa Linscott, President and Co-Owner of Staco Electric on her family-first approach to her business and why staying healthy and positive has led to tremendous growth.
We talked with Blake Berg, Director of Construction Technology at WeWork, about his work ethic, dedication, and commitment to delivering future-forward projects at the revolutionary company.
From tracking your sales pipeline in estimating to helping field construction project management, discover how data management systems in ProEst can produce efficiency with better results.
From BIM to foundations to jobsite monitoring, drones are being used for more and more jobsite tasks. In this article, you’ll discover unique ways drones can be used in construction.
From no maintenance to AI, the preconstruction process is more exciting than it’s ever been before. We talked with Jeff Gerardi on how construction companies can marry estimating and ERP to win more work and boost profits.
If you travel, GPS systems are most likely a part of your everyday life. You use it to get you from point A to point B using the quickest route, even avoiding active road construction, or maybe the scenic route if you are feeling nomadic. But how is GPS changing the construction industry, and how can it be used to improve operations?