Category: Best Practices

Make sure you’re in compliance when OSHA’s new silica standards for construction go into effect on September 23, 2017.

OSHA’s New Silica Ruling Takes Effect September 23

Viewpoint construction software solutions are designed to keep all stakeholders apprised of the inner workings of a project, no matter where in the world he or she may be or what stage a project is in.

/ September 20, 2017

Increase Profitability with Integrated Software

No one wants to experience profit fade. You want to maximize your profit on every job, and eliminate wasteful practices and spending. Even expenditures like utilities and office expenses can be difficult to track.

/ September 8, 2017
Use BIM and Viewpoint software to easily track LEED credits and submit for certification.

5 Ways BIM Can Help You Reach LEED Certification

We understand the importance of designing and building with the environment in mind. Our Portland, Oregon, headquarters is a LEED Gold certified building, and we’re committed to helping our customers reach LEED certification on projects as well.

/ August 23, 2017
Learn how bringing a health and wellness program to your construction business can increase efficiency and morale.

Bring Health and Wellness to Your Construction Business

From project management to estimating, Viewpoint helps companies like yours be successful in many ways. Our suite of software makes it easy to professionally present yourself and keep tabs on jobs, equipment, and team members. But running a construction company...

/ August 7, 2017
Learn how contractors can save money on construction jobs big and small.

7 Ways Contractors Can Save Money

Planning for construction costs can mean the difference between making a decent profit and barely breaking even. When you’re dealing with jobs that are in the six, seven, and even eight figure budgets, project management can become very complex with...

/ July 27, 2017

The Most Common Reasons Construction Projects Are Delayed

Delays can be caused by anything: the client, the crew, equipment malfunctions, weather … the list goes on. But no matter how large or small a project, delays are never a good thing. When a job is behind schedule, it...

/ July 19, 2017