End the jobsite frustration of missing materials

End the jobsite frustration of missing materials

Losing your keys momentarily is inconvenient.  Losing a pallet of construction materials can be downright expensive. We don’t mean losing like “they slipped between the couch cushions.”  We mean losing like you really don’t know where they are.  They were supposed to...
Avoiding a recipe for disaster

Avoiding a recipe for disaster

It’s your spouse’s birthday, and you’ve decided that you’ll do a little something for her by baking her a homemade chocolate cake from scratch for the occasion.  You gather up the ingredients you need:  flour, butter, powdered chocolate, egg– hmm… no eggs in the...
Getting Goldilocks zone of customer support

Getting Goldilocks zone of customer support

“Underpromise and overperform.” That’s a mantra in business that can virtually assure positive customer experience. In just three words, it summarizes an ideal to impress your client, provide an efficient process, and (likely) get a recurring customer–which...
How to Make a Transition to Revit That Doesn’t Hurt

How to Make a Transition to Revit That Doesn’t Hurt

If your company has a goal to strive for excellence in completing projects on time while adhering to a cost-efficient budget, you have a lot in common with other MEP firms. One way to do that is by transitioning to a building information modeling process using Revit....