An academic at the UK’s Northumbria University in Newcastle’s Department of Architecture and the Built Environment, has built a mathematical model for allocating labor that her research confirms can help contractors and construction companies save their projects time and money. The model, part of a software program, uses the skills and personalities of individual laborers proposed for, or working on, a construction project site, coupled with existing site conditions and the overall progress of the work, to optimize labor crew configurations.Read More
San Diego-based eSUB Construction Software, which recently announced a $5M Series A round, builds a variety of cloud-based project management apps that help subs track and connect to jobs in the field, manage schedules, and get paid faster.Read More
TradeTapp’s algorithms pull subcontractor data into an interactive, web-based collection module and analyze metrics that include backlog position, work history, average project size, and how the sub has fared with staying on time and on budget.Read More
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