Go Mobile and Increase Profits

Construction firms are faced with unique communication challenges between the field and office. Fortunately today?s mobile applications allow companies to simplify the capture of information from the field and updating that data in their accounting and project management systems. Learn how mobile solutions are changing the way leading contractors increase productivity _ and profits.

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Stay on Top of Time Worked on Any Project

With multiple teams handling different aspects of a job, tracking hours worked and accurately inputting that data can be plagued with errors. Viewpoint's Mobile Time application allows employees to quickly enter time from remote locations and the office team can easily track labor hours and costs generated, providing management visibility into the state of the project.

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Accurate Production Information from the Field

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.

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Learn How Mobile Equipment® Saves Time

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.

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Fast, Accurate Data Collection from 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.

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What an acclaimed hospitality architect says about Mitsubishi Electric VRF systems

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.

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Imagine Your Building with VRF

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.

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Fundamentals of Concrete (Part 2) - Mix Design and Field Practices (Print Course)

This article examines many of the fundamental issues required for the specification and installation of site-cast concrete as it comprises approximately 70% of all U.S. concrete production and is directly influenced by specifier and inspection professionals. This is a companion piece to the Hanley Wood CEU article “Fundamentals of Concrete - Part 1” (Architect Magazine, June 2017), which covers concrete’s ingredients and their influences on quality concrete.

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Guide for Successful Installation of Thin (Gauged) Porcelain Tile Panels on Interior Walls and Floors (Print Course)

Gauged porcelain (thin) tile technology is exploding in the market and new standards are being developed for the tile and installation process. This course will help you understand the benefits of gauged (thin) porcelain tile panels, installation methods and which are most appropriate for various applications, occupant and environmental health benefits, common failures and how to avoid them, as well as total project cost and timeline improvement opportunities.

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Understanding Sustainable Insulation and LEED v4 (Print Course)

Green building is about architectural and human performance and LEED v4 and other green programs can drive market transformation. This course demonstrates how LEED requirements are changing to increasingly emphasize materials and health, and how new credits with higher standards for health and performance are raising the bar for project teams and the sustainable buildings they design. Case studies where insulation products were used in green buildings will be discussed.

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