Procore is the construction industry's elephant in the room when it comes to CRM systems. It does everything from DCRS, RFIs, Submittals, Schedule, Budget, all the essential construction tools. Sometimes though, Procore has limitations. When it comes to $100M+ projects, there are so many nuances that it is hard to standardize with one platform. Using … Continue reading WordPress + Procore for Construction Workflows
Grit Virtual is a program that I first encountered at Procore Groundbreak 2019. It is the ultimate tool that fills the gap in scheduling. I have spent several years looking into different ways to do collaborative scheduling properly. My favorite building of all time, the empire state building, used linear scheduling to create their schedule … Continue reading A Scheduler has Grit
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Procore is a really great tool to help manage your construction project. It offers an all in one solution to connect all parties to the field and office. A traditional plan table is not really needed if your project uses Procore. Digital plan tables or ePlan tables are becoming more and more popular. Using Procore and a wireless connection, you can build a virtual plan table easily with a touch screen and ChromeOS powered device. What if I told you that we could do it for under $1000 which is cheaper than purchasing a full set of printed plans.
My favorite punch list app to date is Bridgit Closeout. Started by two awesome women Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Lake, there app is everything a Superintendent needs to maintain dynamic open items lists and punch lists. Here's a quick look at some screenshots of the app: They are even giving back to the community by researching … Continue reading Bridgit for Punchlist Review
Change orders on a construction site are pretty common because nobody is perfect and something is always missed. A change order is anything over and above a contractors' base contract value. Any problem that occurs on a site can always be fixed with one of three things: money, time, or sacrificed quality. This is also … Continue reading Lump Sum vs. T+M
One of the toughest things during the construction process is the demolition process. Using tools to help alleviate stress brings down risk of incidents and injuries.
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In late January 2015, AEC Hackathon will be coming to New York. I am extremely excited since this will be the first AEC Hackathon I will attend. I threw a challenge up on the Facebook Page: All: We are looking to make an industry changing application which will bring the 3D model into the hands … Continue reading AEC Hackathon NYC Challenge
I recently moved out of Long Island and into Manhattan. Saying that finding an apartment in New York City is easy would be an understatement. With barely a 1% vacancy rate, the NYC rental market is popping. I think I went through ten real estate agents until I found one that I liked and trusted … Continue reading Efficient Real Estate Maps with Google