Procore Releases Free New Submittal PDF Markup Tool for All Users

Submittals can be one of the most tedious tasks on any construction site.  Logging, tracking, and reviewing them can take a lot of hours that you might not have.  Thankfully, in recent years, several construction technology companies, like Procore, have launched automated submittal log builders to help ease the pain and increase accuracy.  To make the submittal process even less tedious, Procore recently announced the release of the new Submittal PDF markup, which is free to all users.

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Procore is Searching for This Year’s Hard Hat Hero

There’s no doubt that construction workers do not get enough recognition for the hard work they put into building our nation's structures.  At the end of each project, the workers are typically on to the next jobsite while executives and politicians are cutting the ribbon on their new facility.

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2018 Winners of Most Innovative Products at World of Concrete Announced

Over the years, the World of Concrete has become one of the premier construction events across the country.  The name may make you think it’s strictly related to concrete, but the truth is that anyone in the industry can find value in attending the massive event. Each year, the Most Innovative Products featured at the World of Concrete are chosen and Hanley Wood, a construction information and marketing company, recently announced the winners.

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How to Apply for a Construction Job That Requires a Software You Don’t Use

10 years ago, the most computer knowledge any construction company would require of its applicants was a basic understanding of Microsoft Excel or a scheduling software.  Now, construction companies are finally getting wise to the fact that project management and document management software like Procore, Bluebeam, and PlanGrid can provide an efficiency boost to their projects. Because of this, many employers now have job openings that require knowledge of their software of choice. 

If you’ve never used that specific software, how can you make yourself eligible for that role?

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Procore Has Hundreds of Free Continuing Education Courses on their Website

Many certifications in the construction and design world require continuing education (CE) credits to keep the person who holds them eligible to renew their license.  Typically, each hour spent in a seminar or other type of training is considered 1 continuing education credit. 

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