Hard hats, tools, and heavy machines. These are the some of the first thoughts that come to mind when someone outside the industry hears about construction. They see the sites, the signs, and the new buildings, but anyone not familiar with the industry doesn’t see the work that goes on behind the scenes. Every project has a team of individuals who coordinate all the aspects of a project before moving dirt. Project Managers, Engineers, and Assistants work hard to communicate with owners, architects, superintendents, subcontractors, and anyone involved in a project. This is no small feat and no small amount of paperwork. Contracts, addendums, submittals, preliminary waivers, waivers, change orders, pay applications, only scratch the surface. Construction relies on this information, therefore it is important that project teams have their own tools to manage it.
This is the era of information and technology is changing the construction industry. The proper use of technology can save construction managers and general contractors time and money as processes and procedures become more efficient. Many contractors are still transitioning from documentation to digital, but most can expect a large ROI for doing so. Read More