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Milwaukee Tool, Autodesk Integration Raises Stakes In Equipment Management Systems

September 20, 2020

Just days after we posted our Briefing on Equipment Management Systems indicating that project management and equipment management integrations would be the next big opportunity in the sector, major construction industry project management system player, Autodesk, and major tool and equipment company, Milwaukee Tool, announced a partnership to integrate Autodesk’s […]

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European Construction Giant, Bouygues, Bets Big on Timber Buildings

September 17, 2020

On next week’s Smart Buildings Analyst Call, we will be meeting with Yohann Sberro, head of Business Development for WeWood, Bouygues Construction. A 58,149 employee company with 13.4 billion Euros in annual revenue, Bouygues is one of the largest builders in the world, and WeWood represents a major bet on […]

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National Safety Stand Down: Five Trends, Ten Players in Safety in ConTech

September 15, 2020

It is OSHA’s Nation Safety Stand Down in the United States this week, and to mark the occasion, we thought we would take a look at several areas where technology can help play a role in making our job sites safer, including: Digital twins and modeling software for better safety […]

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When Construction Robots Say You’re Behind Schedule, And Seven Other Talks on Changes to How We Monitor Project Progress

September 12, 2020

As Franco Giaquinto, Founder and CEO of Latin American construction software company IPSUM, illustrated on this past week’s Demo Call, few project controls conventions are under more assault right now than the Project Schedule. State of the art used to mean development of a massive GANTT Chart that would hang […]

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XtreeE Co-Founder, Jean-Daniel Kuhn Talks 3D Printing in Construction

September 12, 2020

Jean-Daniel Kuhn, co-founder of XtreeE, a French 3D printed construction start up, will join us on Sept 30th to discuss the current state of 3D printing in the Buildings and Infrastructure Sector. Among a growing group of companies focused on 3D printed structural elements, XtreeE was the winner of Demo […]

VCC, Spawglass, and Anning Johnson Technology Leaders Discuss Integration of Accounting and Project Management with Leading Tech Consultant Christian Burger

September 8, 2020

Earlier this year, our Engineering and Construction Tech Leaders Forum identified the integration of accounting and project management systems as an area of growing interest. With 85% of our members surveyed indicating that they had adopted project management software, firms were turning more attention to their legacy accounting systems and […]

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