ESSER Funds and Capital Projects What to Know Before You Start Since March 2020, public schools have received $189 billion in COVID-19 relief funding. The last and largest round, ESSER III (Elementary and Secondary Schools Emergency Relief), began to be released to state and local education agencies in late […]
5 Ways to Protect Your Investment and Your Sanity The horror stories are out there, and they’re growing in number: skeletal buildings months behind schedule, subcontractors vanishing without warning, material shortages as sudden and unexpected as a horror movie jump scare. If it hasn’t happened to you yet, just […]
How Construction Software Can Help With Your Next Project There is no shortage of moving parts when it comes to a construction project. Factors such as budget, equipment, schedules, materials, and weather are a few of the countless considerations that project managers must balance. As a result, it is common […]
Today marks the return of the Owner Insite Construction Podcast! And we are planning on releasing plenty of episodes in the near future! Starting off, we are releasing the audio version of our recent webinar series that we hosted. Our CEO, Steve Harper, interviewed Brandon Boyter, the Executive Director of […]
Change orders are inevitable on most construction projects. Sometimes materials that were originally spec’d aren’t available and therefore replacement items have to be ordered instead. Often with a higher cost. Funny how that works. Other times, errors undiscovered in the planning phase pop up and inevitably result in a change […]
Nightmare on Elsbree St. Is the right owner construction software important? You decide. If ever there was a living-embodiment reflecting the value of Owner Insite, look no further than the B. M. C. Durfee High School project in Fall River, Massachusetts. Seriously, Freddy Krueger himself could not disrupt the […]
Yes, you should take charge. During a recent conversation with a large healthcare institution, who by the way, called us to inquire about our software, we ran into a problem. Actually a couple of problems.
Without warning, a pandemic swept across the United States and pushed our emergency response systems into the spotlight. In an effort to strike a balance between economic and physical health as a nation, many industries were shut down. For those in the construction field, it seemed that being named an […]