Adopting mobile apps like a construction calculator can help boost productivity and optimize construction jobsites. Providing increased efficiency, freedom and flexibility to complete the tasks at hand, and enhanced project communication and collaboration, mobile tools have real benefits for businesses.
According to Nielsen Scarborough, 53% of U.S. adults made some type of home improvement in the past 12 months, 56% of adults who made home improvements spent $1,000 or more, and 8% of adults shopped at The Home Depot in the past 12 months. With the many inspiring shows on HGTV and the immeasurable popularity of websites like Pinterest and Houzz, it’s no wonder that home improvement and home decorating continue to intrigue homeowners and renters alike.
Unfortunately, it can also be very expensive, very overwhelming, and very confusing to pursue a home like the ones you see on TV or in magazines. Taking the time to get organized can save countless dollars and prevent avoidable stressors. Fortunately, home improvement apps take away the clunky binders, overwhelming website pictures, and the confusion of losing important contact numbers, especially when you are on the go.
Reblogged from Accordant, by Mark Badran
Improving job site decision-making is critical to a successful construction project. Giving site managers simple and reliable access to real-time data can make or break your construction project. Quality construction project management software can help facilitate information-sharing, and identify potential issues before they become real problems, reducing risk and increasing overall project profitability.
Here are 5 tips for improving construction project management decision-making.
Those of you who have dealt with a construction project of any sort know the grueling task of keeping budgets and line items straight. Many times these costs can get out of hand and backtracking isn't always an easy (or an advisable!) feat. Smartphones and mobile apps enable you to access real-time information and save costs, no matter how big or small your project is.
Here are some tips on how mobile apps can help you stay within your construction project budgets.