Job Costing Best Practices

Job Costing Best Practices

Job costing is a pretty basic requirement for all construction projects. You have to track and account for all costs associated with a project. To take it a step further, you should also categorize these costs based on their relationship to the project. Common examples of these include labor, materials, equipment, subcontract charges, and burden.

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4 Guidelines for Data Management in Construction

4 Guidelines for Data Management in Construction

The devil’s in the details is a phrase that certainly applies to the construction industry. The success or failure of construction projects can be determined by communication, collaboration, and overall efficiency. All of the small details that go into a project. Data management is all about the details. Entire businesses run off of data, but each small piece is another detail to keep track of. Keeping track of those communications, allowing for free collaboration, and increasing efficiency along the way can be done through proper data management and integration.

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Back to the Basics: Where to Focus for Success in Construction

Back to the Basics: Where to Focus for Success in Construction

If you ask leaders in the construction industry what areas to focus on to be successful, you could get an array of different answers depending on who you ask. If you ask a general contractor, he will give you a different answer than the head architect, and she will give you a different answer than a construction software provider.

On the cutting edge of construction technology, we see automation, efficiency, and data management becoming essential to all projects. These advances mean fewer mistakes, fewer safety issues, and fewer unforeseen budgeting snags.

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