Construction delays are among the most common causes of cost overruns on projects. Keep reading to learn more about construction delays, their common causes, and how savvy construction management professionals minimize the potential for delays. Common reasons for construction delays (and how to avoid them) 1. Lack of money Not having enough money to pay
Bridgit has consolidated its strict security policies to meet SOC 2 Type 1 compliance. We are committed to keeping customer data safe and secure. Cybersecurity has become one of the most important concerns for IT leaders across every industry. In fact, McKinsey reports that since 2020, cybersecurity has become “the most common technology transformation that
For Women in Construction Week, we’re highlighting amazing women in the industry to share their stories, their struggles, and their advice.
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.
a crossroads when deciding what the best approach is to digitizing their core processes.
‘Workforce visibility’ has become a buzzword since the start of the pandemic in 2020. It’s not a new idea, but with so many businesses shifting to a mobile-first or hybrid workforce, it’s become critical to maintaining a competitive edge. While workforce visibility can be a challenge, the response from the tech industry has helped most
We recently had the opportunity to talk with Michael Conley, a Project Executive at Kaufman Lynn Construction with over 25 years of experience in construction, about how they drive innovation at Kaufman Lynn from concept to construction.
Bridgit had the opportunity to sit and talk about innovation with the Director of Quality at Rogers O’Brien, Jonathon Grammer. Grammar has been with RO for 13 years and while he wears a lot of different hats, his primary goal is continuous improvement and looking for different areas where their team can find a better way.
Here are the key takeaways from our conversation with Conley about how Kaufman Lynn drives innovation and fosters a culture of continuous improvement.
When we built Bridgit Bench in 2019, we wanted to create a tool that would help our customers get the most out of their workforce plans. We interviewed countless operations teams about their current process and the feedback was consistent across the board. The most common pain point that we uncovered was poor data management