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Man working on his Laptop

Blueprint software – Your full 2018 guide

With recent technological breakthroughs and the demands of going green and limiting paper usage, printed construction drawings have been replaced with blueprint software. This kind of software doesn’t only improve efficiency and accuracy on site… read more

PlanRadar punch list app
PlanRadar punch list app

Construction punch list – Risks and benefits

We know the punch list is used to document defects towards the end of a construction project and summarize them in the form of a to-do list. Defects, errors, inconsistencies or outstanding work are recorded… read more

From floor plan to finished building
From floor plan to finished building

The construction plan, a genesis

The road to a good construction plan, which forms the basis for the implementation of an objective, is a great challenge for its designer. Before every construction site there is the question of a solution… read more

PlanRadar Webapp Update
PlanRadar Webapp Update

PlanRadar Platform-Update: New and enhanced functionalities!

With the new update, the ticketing system is radically improved and new functions, as well as operating methods, are introduced. Various customer requests can now be found in the ticketing process. The result: PlanRadar becomes… read more

construction site
construction site

Builders Warranty – Evaluating the risk of not managing risk

The beginning of a year is when most of us sit down to evaluate our insurance plans, our company portfolio, and our profit and loss reports. We prepare our business for the upcoming year. If… read more

Picture of a poorly installed tap
Picture of a poorly installed tap

Construction Standards – The consequences of shoddy workmanship

The construction industry is booming and as a result, there is an immense workload that needs to be completed in ever decreasing timeframes. This consequently leads to a flood of craftsmen working on job sites… read more

A satisfied Project Manager
A satisfied Project Manager

Quality control in construction

A successful construction project is the one which can achieve a balance between cost, time, and quality. Quality control is branched from the quality management sector as the responsible party to ensure that products and… read more

happy craftsman
happy craftsman

General building contractor – Top 5 secrets for a visionary leadership

The general contractor represents the Unknown Soldier in the construction project. He is the one who supervises all the construction job, responsible for quality control, inspects and assures that all the work continues smoothly. A… read more

A wooden residential building
A wooden residential building

Sustainable building design and construction framework

The sustainable building design has three main goals referring to what is called the 3Ps (People, Planet, Pocketbook). These three goals are, first, to reduce the consumption of natural resources such as water, energy, raw… read more

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