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Author Archives: Stephanie Weinhart

Return-to-Work: GC’s Guide to Reopening with Safer, Smarter Jobsites

Construction has seen demanding environments before but COVID-19 has created a unique challenge. While protecting the health and safety of workers remains top priority, ensuring project success remains vital for recovery. It is important now more than ever to have the right digital solutions in place to help you and your team maintain a stronger, safer jobsite. With Rhumbix, you ...

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Setting up a safe jobsite post-COVID-19

Protecting your Construction Fleet in 2020 As quarantine restrictions loosen, what it takes to keep workers safe has changed. The need for a scalable inspection solution to address safety and compliance is imperative to returning to work. Paper simply won’t cut it.   We’ve listened to our customers, including some of America’s largest construction fleets, and developed some easy-to-implement protocols that ...

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How Owners are Embracing and Creating the Future of Construction

Today’s owners face an enormous amount of pressure, tasked with delivering projects on time and on budget. Yet each year, as project complexity increases, this becomes more challenging. Forward-thinking owners are using data-driven technology to gain a competitive advantage and propel their construction methods into the future. With global growth of the construction industry projected at 4 percent over the ...

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Real-time Site Intelligence Simplified

Safety First: Leveraging Technology to Help Improve Jobsite Safety

Safety First: Leveraging Technology to Help Improve Jobsite Safety The cost and impact of jobsite safety incidents and worker injury influence a number of different aspects of construction. The bottom line is affected through increased insurance premiums, cost of claims and project delays, as well as other more indirect costs that include worker productivity, satisfaction, and retention. Conversely, there are ...

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Cold-Formed Steel Essential to Resiliency of New City Hall

Clark Dietrich

The city of Boerne, Texas, will soon get its first-ever City Hall and like the structures that inspired its design, the building was designed to serve the community for centuries not decades. To contribute to the resiliency of the City Hall, a number of steel framing systems were specified by general contractor Lee Lewis Construction, including 250,000 pounds of ClarkDietrich ...

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Sales Pipeline Enablement for the Construction Industry

Sales Pipeline Enablement for the Construction Industry Build game-changing relationships and increase your revenue with software that’s easy to use, priced generously, and serviced from our U.S.-based customer care team. With super customizable dashboards, reports, and integrations, your sales pipeline will be faster to manage and more efficient than ever. Go live within 48 hours — zero engineering resources required.

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Cold-Formed Steel Essential to Resiliency of New City Hall

Clark Dietrich

The city of Boerne, Texas, will soon get its first-ever City Hall and like the structures that inspired its design, the building was designed to serve the community for centuries not decades. To contribute to the resiliency of the City Hall, a number of steel framing systems were specified by general contractor Lee Lewis Construction, including 250,000 pounds of ClarkDietrich ...

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Let Us Build the Insurance Policy You Need

Let us build the insurance policy you need

The risks commercial construction companies face on a daily basis can keep you up at night. With Nationwide CustomSolutions for commercial construction you’ll get an insurance policy and support that will help put your mind at ease. Insurance coverage built specifically for commercial construction companies. Dedicated loss control consultants. Claims expertise to settle the most complex construction claims. Visit nationwide.com/ConstructionSolutions to learn more. ...

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Giatec Scientific Inc. – Revolutionizing Concrete Testing Technologies

Concrete gains strength much more slowly in cold weather, requiring the use of heaters and blankets to optimize curing conditions, or adding accelerators to achieve target strength values more rapidly. This makes temperature and strength monitoring of your in-situ concrete critical when weather conditions are not predictable. One method that lets you always know how your concrete is curing and ...

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Laying the Groundwork for Tomorrow

Almost every contractor has faced this problem: you’re ready to go to work, but you can’t get onto the site because of poor site conditions or bad weather. Equipment and manpower downtime is costing you time and money while you wait for the site to dry. You have options. You can over-excavate and import fill, but that is expensive. You ...

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