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2014 Construction Tech Forecast

By James Benham Published in the American Institute of Construction Newsletter   The capabilities of technology, once merely imaginative concepts in science fiction movies, are quickly developing for pragmatic use in industries like commercial building. Advancements in cloud computing and fiber connections are redefining expectations in data integration. Mobile and wearable technologies are redefining expectations […]

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Speaking Event Recap: 2014 Synchro Conference

I was invited by Tom Dengenis, CEO of Synchro, to come and speak about Augmented Reality at their 2014 Synchro Conference in Orlando, Florida. While I always appreciate the chance to go to Florida during the winter, I really appreciated the time with Tom, his team and their great user base. For the uninitiated, Synchro […]

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James Benham Receives ENR Texas & Louisiana’s 2014 Top 20 Under 40 Award

ENR Texas & Louisiana is proud to announce the region’s 2014 Top 20 Under 40 winners, determined to be the best-of-the-best young construction professionals by an independent panel of judges.   About 50 entries came in to this year’s Texas & Louisiana contest, from Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Texas, requiring our judges to be […]

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Construction Technology:
 Making the Case for Integration by James Benham

Publish in Construction Business Owner January 1, 2014 Of the 700 construction professionals who participated in JBKnowledge’s 2013 Construction Technology Integration (CTI) Survey, 82.8 percent said that the integration of their software products is important to overall efficiency. So why is it that only 29 percent of those contractors say that more than two of […]

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