Estimating costs that don’t accurately transfer to the project management phase inevitably result in
errors—“bad” data that can negatively impact the bottom line. See how ProEst and Autodesk Build work
together to ensure that project costs are complete, consistent and reliable from beginning to end.
As every contractor knows, a building project has a lot of moving parts, and
fluid communication among stakeholders is an important part of getting the
job done right. Learn why leveling up communication tools can lead to a
better experience—and improved outcomes-- for everyone involved.
We can probably all agree that 2021 was quite a year, full of twists, turns, challenges and opportunities. And now that 2022 is off to a solid start, let’s take a quick look at how the construction industry fared over the last twelve months.
There’s a reason so many contractors use Excel for project estimating—but there are plenty of downsides, too. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what Excel can and can’t do when it comes to the bidding process—and why pivoting to construction-specific estimating software may be your best move.
Are your project teams ever frustrated by data that’s inaccurate, hard to find or missing altogether? Do you spend too much time moving project data from one system to the next? Data silos are often to blame, a reality for construction companies with technology that wasn’t built for integration.