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Turning Around Inefficient Facility Management Processes: A Journey to Best-in-Class
It’s no secret that healthcare systems sometimes lean on outdated software and technology to power it’s operations. Until 2016, Yale New Haven Health -- which is Connecticut’s largest healthcare syste
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Top 5 Questions Answered About the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill
As the bipartisan infrastructure legislation makes additional progress in Congress, capital program owners are starting to ask questions about how such a drastic increase in federal funding will affec
Digital Transformation: Sustainable Construction & Operations
The building and construction industry currently accounts for 39% of global carbon emissions, meaning that sustainability improvements will have a major worldwide impact. But sustainable construction
How the Private Sector Can Avoid Surprise Capital Project Costs
What’s this project going to cost and how do I know that number is accurate? With the cost of raw materials and labor skyrocketing, this question is even harder to answer than normal for capital proj
EP10: Darren Bechtel of Brick & Mortar Ventures
The guys are joined by Darren Bechtel (yes, from that Bechtel family!) of Brick and Mortar Ventures. A pioneer in the construction industry, Darren joins the show to discuss his upbringing in the indu
Capital Program Cost Management - Expectation versus Reality
Gaining visibility into cost management and budget forecasting is the lifeblood of any capital program. Without proper cost management, leaders are unable to measure project financials.
Episode 5 - featuring Aviad Almagor of Trimble
Evan and Matt are joined by Aviad Almagor, Senior Director of Emerging Technologies at Trimble. Aviad sits on the front line of innovation, partnering with groups like Boston Dynamics and a lot more.
Episode 3 - feature James Hillages of Reliance Interiors
Evan, Dan and Matt are joined by James Hillegas of Reliance Interiors - a contractor in the prefrabrication market. Topics discussed on this episode includes the Connected Construction vision.
Episode 2, featuring Joe Eberly of ProjectSight
Evan and Dan are joined by Joe Eberly -- the VP of Sales for Trimble ProjectSight. They discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the contractor market, the future of remote work, and construction technology.
Evaluating Project Viability During a Recession
In the midst of global economic stress, owners have big decisions on their hands. In this guide, we discuss the steps an owner must take to determine a project's short and long term viability.
What Happens Next Part 2: Changes to Contracting, Risk Management and Productivity
What happens next? While Episode #1 explored what to expect, Episode #2 focused on what will need to be done about it. How can organizations like yours respond to these unique challenges?
What Happens Next Part 1: Project Restarts and the Impact to Budgets and Schedules Webinar
WEB -With expected project restarts and new projects scheduled, what are the impacts on the projects that will be incurred? How will budgets and schedules be affected as a result of social distancing?
The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly: The (Un) Expected Consequences of an Interruption Webinar
Explore how organizations are managing and adapting their projects in the current climate - many of the changes incurred may have a variety of short, mid, and long-term effects on the status quo.
5 Warning Signs Your Capital Program May Be at Risk
Hundreds of capital program leaders—from chief engineers to vice presidents—have told us about capital improvement programs with problems. They cited the following five indicators.
Thriving Through Change in Construction Panel Discussion
How to manage projects from home? This is now our New normal. Watch our conversation to learn how to move beyond just coping with managing projects from home.
Optimizing Capital Improvement Programs
The economy is in an unprecedented period of economic expansion and prosperity and all seems good… until it isn’t. The following outlines three ways to counter uncertainty with a little help from tech
4 Bases to Cover Before Buying a PMIS
There are many challenges associated with inefficient work processes and the need for more collaborative, connected solutions. Gaining buy-in for a PMIS is critical when searching for solutions.
3 Steps to Combat Poor Project Results
The reality is that most capital projects have significant risks and uncertainty associated with them and unless CIP teams do something differently, they can expect the same results.
Capital Program Process: Pushing Through to the Age of Digital
Can you satisfactorily answer the question: “What is the status of our capital project?”
6 Indicators Rough Terrain Is Ahead for Your Projects
How do you know when your capital improvement program (CIP) needs a project management information system (PMIS) technology injection? Here are six indicators to help you decide if you are ready.