Tag: Green Construction

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

Such Great Heights: The 5 Tallest Buildings of the Year

We’re no strangers to massive projects and complicated jobs. Our software suite is designed to help businesses like yours operate seamlessly no matter how big or small a job. When your project is nearing completion, Viewpoint construction software already has...

/ August 16, 2017
Bridge design is taken to the next level with cool and crazy structures across the world.

5 Cool Bridges You May Not Have Heard Of

Today’s architects, artists, designers, contractors, and builders are collaborating with cities and planning commissions to create outstanding structures that benefit communities and create planning solutions. To make creative ideas a reality, it’s important that the creative and project management processes...

/ June 14, 2017
Take a tour of the world’s most sustainable buildings, featuring water capture, natural light, and green materials.

5 of the Most Sustainable Buildings of 2017

Earlier this year we talked about the importance of sustainability in construction, and how buildings are responsible for more than 40 percent of energy usage across the globe. Thankfully, strides are being made to combat climate change within our shared...

/ May 17, 2017

Going Green in Commercial Construction

In this day and age, being green isn’t just a matter of recycling your trash and requesting paper bags instead of plastic. The pursuit of tackling climate change and conserving our planet’s finite resources affects nearly every person, country, and...

/ February 2, 2017

Some of the coolest stuff we’ve seen at the World of Concrete

People outside the industry laughed at me when I said I was spending the week in Vegas attending the World of Concrete. I can understand how that might sound a little funny but open your curious mind and it doesn’t...

/ January 25, 2012