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Taking Construction Safety Best Practices to New Heights Using Technology

In this webinar, we’ll explore the technology-driven journey of Moss Construction as it reduces injuries and illnesses while maintaining an impressive Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) of 0.44 at a Lost Time Incident Rate (LTIR) of 0.15, all while experiencing a 30% to 40% year-over-year growth with approximately $2 billion in annual revenue. Join Moss […]

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Empower the Field With Total Project Visibility

On-time, on-spec and on-budget delivery define how today’s construction projects need to be executed against the backdrop of challenges construction companies face: rising customer/owner expectations, tight schedules and increasing complexity. In this webinar, you’ll get an overview of project delivery methods; how to choose and make use of a construction technology platform to facilitate improvements to project delivery; how to enable total project visibility for faster and more accurate decision-making; and how to use integrations to connect with existing systems to maximize your ROI.

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Harness the Power of Construction Data

With the digitization of construction processes and the use of mobile devices on jobsites, we are seeing more data captured from our projects than ever before. This data can be used to improve overall quality and reduce project risk. But, according to a study by FMI, 95% of that data is going unused by construction […]

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Reducing Construction Theft: A Step-by-Step Guide

Theft on a construction site is not uncommon, and it can have a significant impact on timelines, budgets and profits. With stolen equipment alone estimated at a billion dollars in losses each year, theft has been a problem that has plagued the industry since its inception. Luckily, as technology improves, construction leaders are finding better […]

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Improve Design Reviews With Better Technology 

We all know how important it is to catch design and constructibility issues early on in order to avoid costly mistakes or schedule delays. However, executing design reviews can be a disorganized and time-consuming process that often leads to rework. But it doesn’t have to be! Join this webinar to learn how construction technology can […]

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Construction Fleet Safety: Your Blueprint for Controlling Costs and Risks

Approximately 20 percent of a company’s vehicles will be involved in an accident this year, and commercial auto insurance costs are increasing. What can you do to control costs for your construction business and protect your people? Learn the ways to develop your fleet risk safety program and become a more desirable “risk” to insurance underwriters.

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2020 Construction Economic Forecast

This presentation supplies detailed discussions regarding, global, national and regional economic performance using the most current data available. Special attention is devoted to certain aspects of economic life, including the performance of the financial, labor, real estate and construction markets.

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Offsite Construction: Myths, Methods and Measurable Impacts

Join us in this webinar for an in-depth conversation on offsite construction, including: what it is, what it isn’t, how it’s done and, ultimately—the impact it has for teams and companies. Offsite construction, or what’s sometimes referred to as “constructing,” is more than just prefabrication. Hear why this method is important not just to to […]

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Turning Field Reporting Into Actionable Business Intelligence

Nearly 95.5% of data currently being collected by engineering and construction firms goes unused or unanalyzed according to a 2018 FMI study. Turning this untapped data into business intelligence requires a strategic data mining plan that aligns with your company’s KPI’s and is championed by key stakeholders throughout your organization. Contrary to popular belief, it all begins with consistent field reporting.

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