Category: Construction Software

8 Things to Consider for Project Managing Software

8 Things to Consider for Project Managing Software

Explore the value that cloud-based project managing software can bring to your business. Construction business owners and project managers alike know how tough it can be to manage a project, but some are reluctant to change processes to find an easier solution to management. Read below to explore the possibilities of productivity by using project […]

8 End-of-Year Must-Dos for Construction Business Owners

8 End-of-Year Must-Dos for Construction Business Owners

To succeed and stay successful, companies must be on their game 24/7. That warrior mindset begins and ends with the business owner.   December is here, and 2017 is right around the corner. With a little focused thought, the last month of 2016 can also be the most valuable one, according to Bill McBean, author […]

Contractors, Subcontractors, and the age of Construction Management Software

Contractors, Subcontractors, and the age of Construction Management Software

One of the consequences of the “do more with less” emphasis in construction is that everyone who participates in designing and building a project plays a more important role—subcontractors included. Building owners seek to satisfy customer demand for eco-friendly, ergonomic environments, all while keeping costs in check and projects on schedule. The result? Everyone must […]

Finding the Right Project Management System

Finding the Right Project Management System

Finding the Right Project Management System As more and more construction companies downsize, the all-important project management role is under threat, which is compromising the overall quality of construction work. When the top-quality, experienced project managers retire they are often replaced with relatively inexperienced staff who are now more reliant than ever on data management. […]

How to Manage Construction Conflicts to our Advantage

How to Manage Construction Conflicts to our Advantage

Everyone fears that something will go horribly wrong on a project. Construction conflicts are numerous. Whether it’s an accident where proper safety regulations were not adhered to or a subcontractor that says it never got its set of plans, or is missing a vital piece of project information and now is weeks behind schedule. It could […]

The Great “Tech Effect” on Construction

The Great “Tech Effect” on Construction Technology 2016

Construction Technology News – The Great “Tech Effect” Technology predictions are exciting as the rapid rate of change in the industry means that startling developments continuously take place. But some predictions are not predictions; they’re more like evolving status updates. That is, certain trends are well established and recognized, but are still in the midst […]

For Immediate Release: The Golden State Warriors plan to begin construction of their new arena in early 2016

For Immediate Release: The Golden State Warriors plan to begin construction of their new arena in early 2016

The Golden State Warriors, winners of the 2014/2015 NBA Finals, released more details about their planned $1 billion arena. An agreement was reached with the city of San Francisco and University of California, San Francisco with regards to potential traffic problems around the already crowded Mission Bay area. And, the Warriors formally closed on a […]

Beat Traditional Methods of Information Sharing with Seamless Workflows

Beat Traditional Methods of Information Sharing with Seamless Workflows

For subcontractors, creating a workflow that operates with consistent effort has not always been an easy undertaking. Unlike conventional workplaces, connectivity isn’t always guaranteed, and traditional devices are not necessarily sturdy enough for the less-than-forgiving construction jobsites. But, thanks to a number of advances in software, hardware, and wireless connectivity, a seamless workflow is now […]

Interoperability in Construction Technology and Why it Matters

Interoperability in Construction Technology and Why it Matters

By Doug Chambers The current state of interoperability in AEC – Architecture, Engineering, Construction Industry, is challenged at best. A frequent complaint is that industry professionals need software systems that work together; an end-to-end solution that is also fully mobile and user-friendly. The reason end-to-end solutions are not user friendly is because it’s next to […]

eSUB’s Integration with Sage 300 CRE Accounting Software

eSUB’s Integration with Sage 300 CRE Accounting Software

eSUB’s Integration with Sage 300 CRE Accounting Software eSUB is excited to announce our new integration with Sage 300 CRE (formerly Timberline).  eSUB Users have long expressed an interest in making  project management as simple as possible. Integrating software systems to work together is one way of accomplishing this and now eSUB and Sage 300 […]