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We’ve written about it in our Cool Tools section and we put it on our Ultimate Construction Holiday Gift Guide 2015, now we’ve partnered with Oxx to give you the chance win your very own Coffeeboxx, the world’s toughest coffee machine, for free ($249.99 value)! All you have to do is sign up for our email newsletter in the form below and cross your fingers! (If you’re already signed up for our newsletter, you’ll still need to fill out the form below to officially enter). Deadline for entry is March 8 at Midnight PST.
Contest is open to all legal US residents who are 18 years or older. Click here to view the OFFICIAL RULES of the Coffeeboxx giveaway
So what exactly is a Coffeeboxx? It’s a crush proof, dust proof, spill proof, rust proof, water and impact resistant single serving coffee maker, making it absolutely perfect for a job site. It uses K-cup technology, so all of your favorites will work with it and it only takes 90 seconds. It’s so tough, they actually set a Jeep on top of it, which you can watch below the entry form.
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One of the key components of BIM is the ability to detect clashes, which are design coordination issues that result in the inability to construct a building as drawn. The use of 3-dimensional drawings allows contractors –and software- to detect if key building components are intersecting before it’s about to be installed in the field. Autodesk BIM 360 has recently updated its clash detection abilities within its Model Coordination module more easily and efficiently within its platform.
Hot off of the acquisition of Honest Buildings, a project management software aimed at owners and developers, Procore has announced they have acquired yet another tech company to help bolster their offerings.
Construction Management software company, Procore, initially launched their annual technology conference, Groundbreak, back in 2015. Originally hosted at their headquarters in California, the event has grown exponentially from that first year and this year may be its biggest yet.
In 2015, Milwaukee announced the release of their digital tool tracking platform: ONE-KEY. The company has since released dozens of ONE-KEY enabled tools to manage them using Bluetooth, an inventory management system, and tool reporting functionality. Yesterday, the company announced several enhancements to the platforms inventory and reporting interfaces.
In what can be expected to be a continuous trend in the construction industry, construction management software company, Procore, has acquired yet another construction tech company to further bolster their software.
3D printing technologies have significantly improved over the past few years and some have even made it to the jobsite. Not to be outdone, NASA, your favorite America space exploration organization, has announced a plan to being building and manufacturing in low-Earth orbit.
Construction Junkie's 5th Annual Best Construction Podcast Competition has officially come to an end and the results have been tallied. It was a very exciting competition this year, with several very strong competitors pulling in tons of votes.
Construction Junkie’s annual Best Construction Podcast Competition is underway for 2019 and the voting booth is officially open. As part of the contest this year, we will be highlighting one of the contest’s nominees each week. This week we highlight Builtcast.
Spot-r, made by Triax Technologies, is a hardware and software solution for employee tracking and safety. It combines a pager-style clip with a proprietary wireless mesh network to communicate hazards, evacuation notices, and locate who is on the site and where. The company recently announced the addition of access control to their Spot-r platform.
Construction Junkie’s annual Best Construction Podcast Competition is underway for 2019 and the voting booth is officially open. As part of the contest this year, we will be highlighting one of the contest’s nominees each week. This week we highlight Contractor Conflicts Podcast.