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From the monthly archives: April 2014

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'April 2014'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Facebook Campaign Supports Craft Training

  In an effort to raise funds for the Trimmer Construction Education Foundation and ABC’s National Craft Championships, Construction Executive magazine is donating $1 for every new “like” on its Facebook page throughout the month of April.

Mobile Photo Apps for the Construction Site – Part 4

  This week’s post will cover the use of the mobile field management app, FieldLens and the benefits of using a different platform that creates a collaborative platform to discuss project issues through photos.

Mobile Photo Apps for the Construction Site – Part 3

  Finding solutions to improve our photo processes from the old way of digital camera to computer upload are much easier to come by if industry professionals utilize the mobile apps created for this purpose specifically.

The First Thing You Need to Know about Branding

  Branding is a term many people throw around loosely, so it is commonly misunderstood. First off, your company’s logo is not your brand. Your company’s brand is the experience that comes to people’s mind when they hear or see your company name. Your logo is the visual representation of that experience, but your brand is so much more than your logo. 

YP Member Spotlight - Brandon Mabile

  Brandon Mabile serves as the vice chair of the National Young Professional Committee, is highly involved in ABC's PAC efforts and is currently serving as a board member of the Greater Houston chapter. He's worked for Performance Contractors since college when he stated doing part-time work for the company.

Mobile Photo Apps for the Construction Site – Part 2

  In a second iPad pilot project, three superintendents working on a large apartment project needed a way to stay up-to-date with all of the changes that the owners made during the construction process.