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.
Do construction projects need oversight? Yes would be the simple answer but the real question might be much more involved. How much oversight is really needed? What areas should I be reviewing? How in-depth should I really be going? All valid questions that construction team leaders really should be asking.
I recently had a conversation with the Director of Construction for a school district here in Texas. He and his team are facing a mountain of work over the next few years thanks to the recent passage of a school bond.He had been put in contact with us by a colleague from another school district that uses Owner Insite for construction project management software. Despite the high praise and recommendation from our client, I could sense a fair bit of skepticism on his part as we spoke.
Know What You Need To KnowIn the past three posts in this series we outlined several reasons for why an Owner should require some collaborative construction project management software be used on their construction project. Whether it be gaining necessary visibility on a project or providing a platform and a process for the entire team to document, track and manage critical data, owner-focused software is essential for a good project outcome.
Tom, an area director for a growing non-profit in the Dallas Fort Worth area, always assumed their contractor had their back. After all they’d worked with the same company for the past 10 years on a wide range of renovation and new construction projects without issue. However, they were not […]