During the conference and expo on April 30-May 2, 2019, 12 building experts are featured in the General Contracting track.
April 8, 2019
Technology and its many applications in the construction trades is the overarching theme for the upcoming AEC BuildTech Conference & Expo. In the conference's General Contracting track, attendees will learn how technology can tie all the moving operations together.
Educating staff about not opening themselves up to spearphishing and hundreds of other people-based threats, and also making sure that software and the equipment employees use that's connected to the 'net means today's construction IT departments must fight two very different security wars.
Investing in the right software infrastructure model to improve workflows, outdated processes and reporting can pay huge dividends. But what’s the best software platform model for ensuring that estimating, operations and accounting/ERP systems work together? This roundtable will debate prevailing approaches, including accounting-led back office vs. integrated field-centric models, and more.
It can be challenging to find software products that meet the requirements of the IT organization while serving the needs of the business. This webinar will focus on the latest release of CMiC’s suite of software: R12. We'll discuss CMiC's transition to the Cloud and how they found an optimal balance between a deep set of product features and a consistent and intuitive user experience across the entire suite.
Contractor prequalification practices are evolving with more assessment being performed using software and new platforms to collect and analyze information. ENR will explore with veterans from different sides of the process what traditional prequalification is supposed to accomplish and how the reliance on digital systems affect the analysis of a prospect’s financials, performance history and safety records.
Data collection on the job site is crucial to construction project success. We'll discuss not only how to implement simple and reliable documentation practices to manage risks, but also how collecting the right data can help businesses save thousands in construction claims. They will also discuss how software tools can make data collection more efficient and transparent.
From a new Panama Canal to sea-level rise to near-limitless cloud storage to a rumored WSP-AECOM design mega-merger, the last 10 years had big industry impacts. What's ahead for firms, owners and professionals?