InCordInCord takes pride in making netting products that help save lives.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When InCord provides its clients with custom safety netting, it makes sure to listen to them closely to find out their requirements. “[We specialize in] producing what the customer needs quickly, on their schedule,” Graphic Design Manager Peter Greeley declares.

FabconFabcon is educating people about the advantages of precast.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

The use of precast wall systems is at the height of its popularity, making it a good time for Fabcon Precast to be in business. Compared to other construction means, “It’s a product that installs much faster and with less manpower,” Jim Houtman declares. “It offers a better-quality building.”

Carnie CapCarnie Cap’s rebar cap system prevents impalement on jobsites.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Now more than ever, construction sites are keeping a close eye on safety, particularly when it comes to falls. “The most frequent injuries and fatalities in construction are falls from a height,” Wendy Hunt says. “When they fall from a height on a big project, they’re likely to land on something sharp.”

BornquistBornquist Inc. makes things easy for clients with its products and services.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When customers have questions about the products Bornquist Inc. offers, they can count on getting clear answers from the experts on its staff. “Technical expertise has been one of the reasons we’ve been so successful,” HVAC Sales Manager Dan Watkins says.

All Weather

The OneDek™ 2-Step Roof System Brings Significant, Long-Term Savings.

By Ted Johnson

When it comes to completing a project on time and under budget, owners and construction managers focus on getting a large building “dried in.” That’s the stage when the roof has been protected and all the walls, doors and windows are in place. Then the building is “dry inside” and progress continues regardless of weather.

AOMSAOMS LumiCon™ takes concrete sensor technology to the next level.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

AOMS Technologies is revolutionizing the art of concrete pouring for the construction industry with its fully integrated IoT based sensing system to achieve uninterrupted and remote monitoring of multidimensional performance data from concrete. “Fiber-optic cables are well adopted by the telecommunication industry as a reliable platform for the transmission of data over long distances, particularly in harsh environments. At AOMS, we have leveraged the legacy from the telecom industry and have converted fiber optic cables into active devices for both sensing and transmission of data,” Co-founder and COO, Amir Azhari says. “Light contains an incredible amount of information which can be correlated to the variation of different parameters such as temperature, humidity, moisture, vibration, and compression in the vicinity of fiber.”

Transhield

Transhield enters construction with the launch of TopCure.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Known for advanced protective cover technology, Transhield™ is making a foray into the construction industry with TopCure™, a state-of-the-art concrete curing cover that reduces the rate of evaporation and retains moisture, resulting in greater top surface strength. “Construction is a completely new market for us, but our founder, Greg Todt, pursued the opportunity because he knew he could make a better concrete curing blanket,” Marketing Director and TopCure Sales Representative Mindy Kruggel says.

Bigge Crane

Bigge Crane and Rigging provides its customers and partners with the tools for success.

By The Editors of Construction Today

Bigge Crane and Rigging Co. aims for complete satisfaction when serving customers. “We have always been very thorough when it comes to servicing our customers and learning about and understanding their needs,” Vice President Joe Nelms says. 

ModusModus’ drone and related technology save clients time and money.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

If there’s anything that contractors are looking for today, it’s convenience. Unlike drone or software companies, Modus Robotics offers the “total package.”  It offers the equipment, software, standardization and training, and continual customer support to make it easy for companies to adopt drone mapping technology to dramatically reduce field geospatial and inspection collection efforts. The data from Modus products allows engineers and managers high fidelity, timely information for enhanced decision making, CEO Daniel Hubert says. 

EMARS 01Compliant Client helps contractors save time and reduce payroll errors.

By John Trybulec

“Time is money” is the old adage that you’ve probably said or heard hundreds of times in your life. It’s true. Spending time in non-income areas of your business is like throwing money in the trash. But, if you’re the CFO or the payroll accountant, you have to pay strict attention to your payroll, every week of the year. Using time to make sure every employee gets the correct pay is critically important. Time well spent, right?

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