Building information modeling is in many ways still a theory and not a reality. What do I mean by that? It’s still all about the data. It’s about data from the specialty contractors, which is the missing link to complete a true workflow of necessary inputs, whether it’s ISO 19650 requirements or working with software like Revit, MWF or LCP payroll tracker.
In conjunction with the recent release of Autodesk BIM Collaborate, the new quantification product empowers estimating and BIM teams to work together faster and more accurately within a single solution
March 16, 2021
Autodesk announced Autodesk Takeoff, a product that empowers estimators to perform 2D and 3D quantification workflows from a common data environment to increase collaboration, speed and accuracy during the estimation process.
Demand for Nonresidential Construction and Public Works Will Decline Amid Ongoing Pandemic Concerns, Worsening State and Local Budgets as Association Officials Call for New Recovery Measures
February 12, 2021
Construction spending in December exhibited sharply varied trends, with downturns from a year earlier in every private category, mixed results for public construction, and double-digit increases in residential construction, according to an analysis by AGC.
GCP Applied Technologies is pleased to announce that over 200 new detail drawings have been added to GCP Applied Technologies’ Air Barrier briefcase, a mobile-optimized tool designed for quick, efficient access to construction data.
Mild Weather in Many Parts of the Country May Have Boosted Monthly Results; Construction Officials Caution that the Coronavirus May Impact Deliveries of Materials Manufactured in Hard-Hit Countries
March 2, 2020
Construction spending in January increased 1.8 percent to $1.369 trillion from December and 6.8 percent from January 2019 as all major segments logged gains, according to a new analysis of federal data released today by the Associated General Contractors of America.
If your job involves bidding, winning, and building, you may have a hard time imagining how work ever got done before mobile devices—back in the early 2000s. In the wake of the iPhone launch 12 years ago, mobile devices like smartphones and tablets have become as common as hardhats on the jobsite.