Mobile Production® is an innovative application for your mobile device that allows you to quickly and accurately enter and track production units in the field, which are then aggregated in Field Work Center? until they are uploaded to the job cost module. Mobile Production users can view daily and job-to-date totals and track performance against budget, ensuring optimal productivity with your projects.
Stay on top of the operating hours of all equipment on any project in the field. Getting equipment time from the field is a real challenge for contractors looking to maintain accurate operating records. Mobile Equipment® is an innovative application for your phone or tablet that enables you to quickly and accurately enter and track your equipment hours in the field.
It has never been easier to gather your resource information from the field using today's most popular mobile devices and sending that data directly to your office. Field Work Center? is a software application that enables you to review and approve data from the field prior to updating your construction accounting system. Field Work Center? provides peace-of-mind by being able to confirm and validate data from remote locations.
In a career marked by design excellence across an array of commercial and industrial projects, this acclaimed architect describes the advantages of using Variable Refrigerant Flow systems (VRF) on several hospitality projects and why he wishes he could use it more often.
VRF zoning is a method of providing precise comfort control to buildings with multiple floors and areas by moving refrigerant through piping to the zone to be cooled or heated.
VRF zoning systems can simultaneously cool some zones while heating others. Regardless of time of day, sun or shade, season of the year or special requirements, VRF zoning systems provide personalized comfort to each zone or space.
Healthcare facilities deal with diverse challenges, from the transmission of infectious diseases to the growing population of bariatric patients; they can help address these challenges and provide a healthier, safer environment through the use of specialized plumbing products and features. This learning unit provides an overview of technologies and products specific to healthcare settings, discusses ADA requirements and reviews products that enhance the safety and comfort of patients and visitors.
Motorized screens not only look great but they provide excellent thermal benefits, great airflow, and the ability to control humidity. This course will provide an overview on motorized retractable screens, discussing the design and installation requirements, the different applications where these screens can be used, as well as looking at the thermal benefits of screen when using solar mesh and clear vinyl options.
Architects specifying metal coatings for building exteriors want the highest performing and most aesthetically pleasing coating available on the market. Due to significant advancements in technology over the past 50 years, these coatings are far superior to those of prior generations. This course will discuss metallic and pearlescent coating systems, especially modern mica coatings, to clear up some common myths and misconceptions and discuss their performance benefits and design options.
Photography and other digital images are increasingly popular choices for incorporating design elements into indoor and outdoor laminated glass features. This course explores vector graphics in detail, examines their use in laminated glass, and describes the new technologies and tools designers can use to create vector designs from a wider array of images and in large-scale applications. Project samples are included.
A superior composite panel product with endless possibilities, NyloSheet and NyloSheet ultra are used for applications that require exceptional strength and rigidity.