Construction technology is the rainstorm contractors need. Rising costs, worker shortages, and increased demand has created uncertainty for modern construction companies. However, new technology offers solutions.
As construction equipment is one of a contractor’s highest cost centers, being cost conscious about your equipment utilization and your owning and operating costs is critical. All contractors calculate the total cost of ownership (TCO) a little bit differently, with various expenses to consider.
At Tenna, we believe that our team is distinct; everyone is obsessed with quality, a desire for continuous learning, enjoys collaborative problem solving, has a grittiness to roll up our sleeves; and in general, is all- around awesome.
The mix of digital infrastructure and construction infrastructure spend will put more sectors of workers back to work. Construction and technology.
As the world is going through the global COVID-19 pandemic every business and every individual has been affected. It has changed how businesses operate and whether they can stay open as “essential” or shut their doors permanently. The pandemic has spiked unemployment and put millions of people...
We know you have been receiving lots of messages and daily (sometimes hourly) reports on how COVID-19 is affecting our country and the world right now.
There are a lot of questions surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it impacts contractors and the construction industry.
As 2019 winds down and you are looking toward a new year with new opportunity, here are some construction industry trends specific to construction technology to watch out for.
2020 will mark the end of a decade and a fresh start into a new year and period. For the construction industry, many of the challenges wrestled with in 2019 will carry over into 2020. I predict, and many will agree, that these will and there will be a new one to add to the challenges facing the...
Completing projects on time and within budget is a complex, challenging endeavor, especially if your business has several concurrent jobs spread over a broad geographic area. Asset tracking is a critical tool to helping teams control their assets. However, there is more to asset management than...
We’ve been there. We’ve lost parts, had them stolen, misplaced them so that we had to rent or order more. We’ve had heavy equipment break down mid-operation due to infrequent maintenance and lost time on the project schedule to accommodate repairs. We’ve sacrificed margin on our jobs after...
There’s a lot of talk these days about IoT, or the Internet of Things. But what, exactly, is IoT and what does it do?
Between the current economic factors impacting the construction landscape and the continuing advances in tools, materials and technologies, 2018 promises to be a very interesting year for the construction industry. As we peer into our crystal ball, here’s a quick look at the top three economic...
Humans have been tracking their equipment for thousands of years. In the past, it was quite simple. Count how many sheep or goats you have and write it down – starting with clay tablets or papyrus and then advancing to paper.
One day several months ago, I was visiting an equipment manager at a New England construction company. After we toured his yard he looked me in the eye and said, “We know what we have, we just don’t know where it is.”
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