Most construction companies today are sitting on a gold mine of project data that can be used to improve strategic decisions and enhance t
In The Office
For anyone who has relocated to a new office building or high-rise apartment, one of the most frustrating experiences is lugging furniture
In the early days of business software, applications were geared toward accomplishing individual tasks.
In The Field
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More than 125,000 cranes are estimated to be operating in the United States construction industry.
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