Bridgit Bench

How Power Construction is leveraging resource planning across the project lifecycle

Previous tools: Microsoft Excel, PDF Power Construction, out of Chicago Illinois, is one of the leading national general contractors and is currently listed at #97 on the ENR 400. Their belief that client relationships are a top priority is a key ingredient in their success and allows them to better understand client goals, and then

Read More →

How Kajima Building and Design Group is fueling growth with construction workforce intelligence

Previous tools: Microsoft Excel Kajima Building & Design Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of Kajima Corporation, started in 1840 and headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Today, it is ranked among the top global contractors and widely known for its innovation and fully-integrated capabilities in design, engineering and construction. Globally, Kajima operates in 20 countries and

Read More →

How Bridgit Bench helps WCS execute on resource planning in a fraction of the time

Previous tools: Microsoft excel WCS Construction was established in 2001 out of Washington, D.C. and initially focused their efforts on affordable housing. They’ve since become an award-winning general contractor offering a full suite of construction services across the Mid-Atlantic region. WCS remains steadfast in their mission to provide award-winning construction services to every project, regardless

Read More →

How Bridgit Bench helps Rogers O’Brien streamline resource planning across 4 offices

Previous tools: Microsoft Excel Founded in 1969, Rogers O’Brien Construction (RO) has established itself as a leading general contractor in Texas. For more than five decades, RO has provided a wide range of preconstruction and construction management services while cultivating a team-centered environment built on honesty and trust. They currently rank no. 169 on the

Read More →

How Skender forecasts resource planning needs with Bridgit Bench

Previous tools: Microsoft Excel Founded in 1955, Chicago-based Skender is one of the nation’s top 100 construction firms, according to Building Design & Construction, with approximately 200 employees and 2020 revenue in excess of $400 million.  “The company has an entrepreneurial spirit,” says Skender Vice President Brian Bukowski. “People at every level are empowered to

Read More →

How Bridgit Bench helps Ryan Companies centralize construction resource planning across 14 offices

Previous tools: Microsoft Excel, homegrown tools Started originally in 1938 as Ryan Lumber and Coal, it wasn’t long before the Co-founders of Ryan Companies, James and Francis Ryan, added construction to their offerings. That expansion was the beginning of the company’s design-build approach. Today, Ryan is listed at no. 48 on the ENR top contractors

Read More →

How Bridgit Bench helps Sabre Commercial forecast project demands and improve team collaboration

Previous tools: Microsoft Excel Sabre Commercial was founded by Matt Lutz and Todd Reimers back in 2008. Their goal was simple – they wanted to build a client-focused commercial construction company that works with local talent and has a reputation for quality, well-managed projects. Having completed over one thousand projects in the twelve short years

Read More →

Guide: Personality tests that work

Congratulations – you’ve decided that you’d like to better understand your team (and hopefully yourself) and are going to leverage a personality test to help. Personality tests are a great data point to help you better understand the tendencies of your team members, especially in a project-based industry like construction.

Read More →