September 27, 2020
Calsta to flush in 2.6b in transit and intercity rail-capital program
The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) is set to pump in $2.6B in Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program (TIRCP) grants for transformative transit and rail projects. The body has announced 28 recipients for the funds. The agency has allocated additional funding for seven projects via multi-year funding agreements, taking up the funding amount to […]
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September 27, 2020
5 foremost advantages of using cloud based takeoff software for construction companies
The takeoff world has been undergoing a steady change, thanks to evolving technology. Components like cloud-prompted connectivity, digital blueprints and social media apps have made businesses more digitally driven. The cloud in particular has changed the way construction companies have worked forever. Cloud-based takeoff is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) involving a remotely located server that you […]
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September 27, 2020
Jacksonville jaguars to co-develop a 2.5 billion mixed use project near jacksonville nfl stadium
NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars has joined hands with the Cordish Cos. to co-develop a $2.5 billion mixed-use district along with Iguana Investments at a site near Jacksonville NFL stadium. This development, along with the Oakland Raiders $1.8 billion stadium coming up in Las Vegas, underlines the scale of investments in sports venues across the United States. […]
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September 27, 2020
How to save time and money on your construction takeoff and estimates
Construction estimating has come a long way since the days of onsite estimating and desktop takeoff. The new tech is now facilitating the growth of construction companies, accelerating estimation, streamlining bid management, and enabling you to bid more projects, while saving precious time and money. In the prevailing age of cloud-based digital takeoff, your willingness […]
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September 27, 2020
Organize your takeoffs it starts with square takeoff
Takeoffs are integral to the bidding process. Before you bid, you need to figure out the types and quantities of different materials you may require for the job. You also have to determine the labor costs and accumulate other aspects as well such as complexity of the project and unexpected events. This will lead to […]
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September 27, 2020
Final vote on mega miami mall scheduled on may 17
The American Dream Miami mega-mall, theme park and hotel, expected to be the largest indoor theme park and mall in the US, when completed by 2023, is in its final stretch of approvals. On May 17, the Miami-Dade County Commission has scheduled the final vote on the project. The proposed mall is set to dwarf […]
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September 27, 2020
Buckeye forms a jv with partners to develop south texas gateway terminal
US-based Buckeye Partner has entered into a joint venture with Phillips 66 Partners and Andeavor to develop a new open access marine terminal in Ingleside, Texas.  The participants plan to construct a South Texas Gateway Terminal on a 212 acre waterfront parcel at the mouth of Corpus Christi Bay. The terminal will offer 3.4 million […]
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September 27, 2020
Online takeoff software for the concrete construction industry
Have you been completing your concrete estimate by hand using blueprints or doing onsite measurements? If so, there are solutions that can make your job easier every day. With less than 30 mins of training, you could be calculating the total square foot of an area and the total cubic yards of concrete in a […]
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September 27, 2020
How construction companies can use technology to respond to paradigm-changes
You cannot remain immune to the paradigm changes around you and yet hope to run ahead of the competition, can you? As a construction company, you need to respond with readiness to the fast-paced advancements in digital technology, that have seen every component of the industry getting transformed. The key technology-driven shifts in the industry […]
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September 27, 2020
Value of using construction takeoff software
For years, I spent hundreds, if not thousands of dollars per project on printing blueprints. With the national average of $1.09 per page for a 24”x36” B&W blueprint to be printed and an average project size of 70 sheets, with a minimum of 2 sets required, I found the cost can quickly become more than […]
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