SAW Software Sage lets project managers manage risks in real-time.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

There is an old saying in project management that the faster you recognize a risk the less it will cost, and the faster you recognize a benefit the more you can profit. Earned Value Management (EVM) was developed in the 1960s to allow construction companies to do just that, but the method has only just begun to gain momentum in the industry as the software to capture the necessary data has become more prevalent.

INEIGHTLooking at Digital Transformation in the Construction Industry.

By Brad Barth

Without a doubt, the digital transformation of the construction industry is not going away. Some innovators and industry leaders have fully committed themselves to it, while the vast majority of the market is engaged in some type of digital transformation in one way or another. 

ECPECP combines quality manufacturing and its skilled staff to succeed. 

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Whether a business is in commercial or residential construction, industrial, utility T&D, solar, or oil and gas pipeline markets, those companies need products that are designed and engineered to perform. Earth Contact Products (ECP) understands this very well, and with its dedication to find solutions, it has become the leader in the foundation industry and one of the largest suppliers of steel piers and helical anchors in the United States. 

All WeatherProviding solutions for your construction project.

By Ted Johnson, AWIP

As the construction industry becomes more cognizant about sustainability and green design, architects and structural engineers face daunting challenges: design a building that is energy-efficient, can offer savings and have less obstacles during construction, and yet over the life of the building continue to meet, if not exceed, environmental and energy standards.

GCPGCP sees a strong future ahead with its new VERIFI technology.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

GCP Applied Technologies Inc. is in the business of helping its customers thrive. “Our products help our customers — who are typically concrete and cement producers, architects, engineers and building contractors — improve the construction process by reducing material costs and construction timelines, creating efficiency in applications and providing sustainable solutions,” Chief Strategy, Marketing & Development Officer Naren Srinivasan explains.

Invisible StructuresInvisible Structures focuses on changing the world’s landscape. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

In the early 1980s, before recycling and “green” products were on anyone’s radar, William Bohnhoff dared to dream of replacing certain concrete and asphalt applications to grass paving. Bohnhoff founded Invisible Structures in 1982 out of his garage in Aurora, Colo., creating the original version of the grass paving system which was simply PVC rings glued to mats. 

AvidXchange19 years after it was founded, AvidXchange has start-up growth rates.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Though it was founded in 2000, AvidXchange has been growing at the astounding rate of +45 percent each of the last five years. “We have start-up growth rates, but we are so far beyond that,” Vice President of Construction Jim Campbell says.

LinronLinron sees a bright future after 25 years of building its reputation. 

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Twenty-five years ago, longtime friends and flooring industry veterans Linda Krienke and Ron Harris set out to create a different kind of commercial floor covering company. One that would set itself apart by building a reputation based on excellence in customer service and turkey solutions. Today, Linron Co. has provided floor covering for more than 18,000 retail stores nationwide and covered 2.2 billion square feet.

ProflexPROFLEX expands to meet demand for its state-of-the-art products.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

“When Sound Control Matters” or “When Waterproofing Matters,” PROFLEX Products Inc. is the go-to manufacturer for innovative products that assist with crack suppression, waterproofing and sound control. Since its founding in 2003, the company has prided itself on being an industry pioneer of products designed to make flooring and finished surfaces last longer than ever.

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