Technology

Understanding BIM can be quite the daunting task, and applying it on an actual jobsite can be even tougher. Thanks to this free webinar, presented by BIM+, Construction Manager and Bluebeam, some of this complex information is explained in great detail.

Rather than fighting to control the proliferation of apps, perhaps we should be training our eyes to look for signs of long-term viability among all the fins in the water. In part one of this series, I shared some insights gained

Typically at the beginning of the year, I like to do my own assessment of what to predict from the tech space. Before I read the headlines from CES or any of the tech bloggers, I try and look into

The adoption of BIM within construction projects remains a hot topic worldwide. The process has been inconsistent to say the least, leaving some companies wondering how to become compliant, if they should be compliant, and how to effectively incorporate BIM

Interoperability—a hot topic that poses important questions: Can the business-critical technologies we rely on work together? And are tech leaders listening to the needs of their customers? During her round table interview at AECX, Bluebeam VP Sasha Reed met the

How Did a Drywall Subcontractor Achieve One of the Most Exciting Breakthroughs In Augmented Reality? A better question might even be, “Why did a dry wall subcontractor achieve one of the most exciting breakthroughs in augmented reality?” The fact is,

The app’s communication is one-way, temporary, and built for teens. So why is it catching on with GCs?

“A lot of people are concerned virtual reality could be more of a disruption than an innovation. It does impact the workflow, but from the construction perspective, it’s an improvement on the process.”