All posts by Guest Poster

Collaboration, Technology Among Key Takeaways from CFMA National Conference

Another year, another amazing national conference for the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA). CFMA’s 2018 Annual Conference & Exhibition, held June 23-27 in Miami Beach brought members from CFMA chapters across North America together for five days of valuable educational...

/ July 19, 2018

Overcoming Regulatory Barriers When Bidding in a New State

  From the back office to the job site, technology is transforming construction, facilitating new levels of collaboration, efficiency and speed among project teams. Yet when it’s time to expand into a new jurisdiction, it often feels like Throwback Thursday,...

/ July 10, 2018

Asbestos Still Life Threatening for Construction Workers

Despite regulations, asbestos is still a real and present danger for construction workers. Though 42 percent of construction deaths involve falls, a surprising 17 percent are attributed to exposure to toxic materials like asbestos. In fact, approximately 100,000 workers are...

/ May 9, 2018

New Developments for 179D Energy Efficiency Tax Incentive

Guest post by Kevin Sullivan of BRAYN Consulting LLC In February of this year, Congress passed a budget that included a one-year extension of the Energy Efficient Commercial Building Deduction, Section 179D, making it available to architects, engineers, and contractors...

/ April 10, 2018

Top 5 features your construction CRM should deliver

Recently, Viewpoint’s Henry Ferguson teamed with CRM partner Cosential to tackle the notion of what a CRM does and how CRMs deliver positive ROI in Construction. In harmony with that session we have identified the top five features that a CRM...

/ August 29, 2017

Web-App versus Native App: Why do you care?

Contributed by Ric Hattabaugh, VP Sales at FieldConnect When designing a mobile field service solution, the developers quickly reach a crossroads. Do I build a “Web App” or a “Native App”? There are strengths and weakness of both. Which is right...

/ October 25, 2016