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Webcast: Construction Execs Share Tips for Integrating Field Ops and Accounting

Leaders from Schlouch, Griffith and Mortenson Construction discuss software strategies for collaboration and data sharing.

Heavy Construction Executives discuss the critical issue of integrating construction management software systems for operations and accounting in a webinar sponsored by Engineering News & Record magazine and B2W.

Greg Norris

Construction Operations Software Optimization

Exploring Holistic Fleet Management at October EquipmentSHIFT Conference

If You Manage Equipment, Look Into Joining the Association of Equipment Management Professional (AEMP)

The EquipmentSHIFT conferences promise insightful information on innovative technology and how it will impact the construction sector, and this year’s event did not disappoint. A wide range of suppliers, contractors and other industry experts made presentations on an equally broad range of equipment related topics.

John Kane

Construction Operations Industry Trends Software Optimization

Production Targets: What They Are and Why You Should Use Them

Setting daily expectations more accurately to improve job management

Timely, data-driven decision making is a key to successful heavy construction operations, and contractors can’t make good decisions without gauging actual performance in the field against the expectations established in the estimate. That comparison on a daily basis provides supervisors with the means to address job issues and make corrections days or even weeks before reports can be generated through their company’s accounting/job cost systems.

Doug Seyler

Construction Operations Software Optimization

New Survey Yields Interesting Results on Technology in Heavy Construction

Data shows awareness of benefits but also missed potential

Heavy construction companies know there’s a lot to gain when their office, field and maintenance operations run efficiently and communicate with each other in real time. Most recognize that they need software and mobile capabilities to make this happen. Still, many stop short of investing and continue to miss out on opportunities technology could provide.

Greg Norris

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