We talk to general contractors. A lot. As you might expect, different organizations have different ways of doing things. Everyone has their own philosophies, their own processes, their own reports, and their own metrics. But we also hear something you might not expect when talking to so many different organizations. They all seem to have
Construction is a long game. Mid-size projects can take anywhere from 6-9 months to complete and larger projects can easily take over a year. Given how far into the future a project can stretch, we’re often surprised to learn that long-term people planning is a common challenge since most of the workforce planning that’s being
Based in Tampa, FL, Spartan Contracting Co. is a full-service general contractor with expertise in commercial construction and property maintenance, pre-construction, design-build, and green building. Their philosophy is simple yet powerful; do a good job, do it the right way, and do it on time. With offices in Georgia and across the state of Florida,
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Bridgit, the leader in construction workforce intelligence technology, today announced an integration with Unanet CRM by Cosential that will allow customers to overlay their project pursuits and workforce planning.
As part of their DNA, Cauldwell Wingate constantly looks for more efficient processes and new technologies that can help them provide even greater value to their clients. This drive has led them to Bridgit Bench, our intelligent workforce planning solution, that improves collaboration between departments and guides internal growth.
Lauren Lake, Bridgit COO and Co-founder, recently had the opportunity to talk with the Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Mortenson, Joffrey Wilson.
Bridgit, the leader in construction workforce intelligence technology, today announced Bench Cost Tracking as the next new way to help general contractors have full workforce visibility.
We recently had the opportunity to talk with Dan Barry, Vice President of Operations at Schimenti Construction Company, about the steps they’ve taken to improve workforce visibility and the impact it’s had on their team’s planning.
Founded in 1925, Columbia Construction Co. is a third-generation, family-run business that has worked hard to earn its reputation for understanding client needs and working side-by-side with stakeholders and team members to deliver exceptional results.