Case Studies

How Skanska USA drives operational efficiency with workforce intelligence from Bridgit Bench

skanska project

Skanska, which was founded in 1887 and is headquartered in Stockholm, has offices around the world. Skanska is one of the leading construction and development companies in the USA, specializing in building construction, civil infrastructure and developing commercial properties in select U.S. markets.

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How McHugh Construction uses Bridgit Bench to track resources from estimating to warranty

James McHugh Construction Project

James McHugh Construction was founded in 1897, initially specializing in masonry work. It wasn’t long before McHugh established itself as a general contractor in the mid-1920’s. McHugh is responsible for building some of Chicago’s most recognizable landmarks, including Marina City and Water Tower Place – the world’s tallest concrete structures at the time of their respective builds. 

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How Ridgemont is increasing workforce planning transparency across the larger team with the help of Bridgit Bench

ridgemont project and bridgit logo

Founded in 1976 and headquartered in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Ridgemont Commercial Construction is a construction management company. Ridgemont serves the Texas metroplexes – Austin, Houston, and San Antonio – as well as Oklahoma City and Tulsa. They work in six different market segments: retail, automotive, industrial, office, medical, and senior living. 

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How Hardison/Downey uses Bridgit Bench to forecast future project demands and staffing needs easily

hardison/downey project

Boasting 35 years of Building the Awesome, hardison/downey construction, inc. opened in Phoenix, Arizona in the spring of 1985 as a solution for clients who need the expertise and financial stability of a large general contractor, but want the personal service and attention of a small one. h/d operates both Commercial (new & interior construction) and Community Living (multi-family, student housing, senior living & limited-service hotel) divisions.

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How La Macchia Group maintains a true source of workforce planning data with Bridgit Bench

LaMacchia Group project

La Macchia Group’s explosive growth has led to challenges related to managing their institutional knowledge and their databases. As they work to make sure their business can handle the growth, La Macchia Group looks to technology which has played a big role for them for some time.

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How Harper General Contractors uses Bridgit Bench to improve visibility into their workforce strategy

Harper General Contractors Project

Founded in 1950, Harper General Contractors is headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina and serves the Carolinas as well as parts of Georgia and Tennessee. The firm’s markets include industrial, water & waste water treatment, education, mixed-use, healthcare, municipal, and historic renovation.

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How Fortune-Johnson uses Bridgit Bench to manage resources effectively in an ever-changing environment

fortune johnson project and bridgit logo

Founded in 1991, Fortune-Johnson is headquartered in Atlanta with a regional office in Charlotte, NC. Fortune-Johnson views itself as a technology company, and they strive to optimize every aspect of building design, materials supply, and construction. They aim to transform how buildings and spaces come to life.

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How Wise Construction manages resources efficiently and effectively with Bridgit Bench

Wise Construction Project with Bridgit Logo

Wise Construction was relying on three systems to help them with workforce management. One tracked projects, a second tracked manpower, while a third tracked field personnel. While Libby notes they were “fairly in-depth spreadsheets,” the system as a whole was not satisfactory.

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How Andersen Construction projects workforce demands with the help of Bridgit Bench

Andersen Project

Founded in 1950 by Andy Andersen in Portland, Oregon, Andersen Construction now has offices throughout the Pacific Northwest including Portland, Seattle, Eugene, and Boise. Today, the regional builder’s specialties include healthcare, education, and multi-family housing. However, they have done every type of horizontal construction.

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