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    25 Mar
    Your Data Should Work for You—Not the Other Way Around

    It’s no secret that good data, when harnessed, enables better decisions. However, the long-standing challenge for construction has been in collecting and accessing high-quality data.

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    18 Mar
    How Sparrow Hospital’s Renovation Beat the Odds

    Granger Construction undertook a $3.1 million project to substantially renovate the 5 Foster Pediatric Unit of Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Michigan. In addition to the complexity of working..

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    11 Mar
    Technology Alone Won't Save Your Project—Here's What Will

    The statistics likely are familiar by now: construction is behind almost every other industry when it comes to using technology. To put it in perspective, out of twenty-two industries,..

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    04 Mar
    Why ConTech Matters for Owners

    ConTech solutions are typically discussed in terms of their benefits for contractors, but any technology that adds value to a project’s planning and execution benefits its owner as well by..

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    25 Feb
    4 Tips for a Zero-Punch-List Project

    Getting to the end of a project only to tackle hundreds of punch-list items is anything but satisfying. Punch lists, or lists of work that needs to be redone, typically result from some kind of..

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    01 Feb
    4 Ways to Improve Projects Using Digital Tools

    Thinking about using technology to step up your project planning? Many contractors have amplified the benefits of a Lean or Last Planner® approach through the use of digital tools. Here’s a..

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    24 Jan
    Touchplan Vlog: Why Your Project Needs Real-Time Updates

    It's inevitable that your schedule on any project will be subject to changes, but is everyone getting the same accurate information? Too often, teams aren't notified in a consistent manner when..

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    16 Jan
    How Make Ready Planning Can Make—or Break—Your Project

    You have the right team in place, the materials have arrived on time, and even the weather is cooperating. “What could go wrong?” you think to yourself as the steam rises from your coffee in a..

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    13 Dec
    Building Leadership: A Q&A with Dr. Barbara Jackson

    I recently spoke to Dr. Barbara Jackson, Director of the Franklin L. Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management at the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver. To..

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