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The 5 Best Construction Management Apps

Mar 17, 2020 3:45:47 PM

Construction management apps have come a long way in the last few years. With software companies moving entire construction management programs to be completely mobile, some even launch mobile-only versions. And as most construction management happens on-site, mobile apps are a logical choice. But not all construction management app solutions are the same.

Integrating a Robotic Total Station Layout into your Piling Operations

Mar 17, 2020 3:45:03 PM

Builders are under the most pressure to deliver during the build phase of their construction project. You need solutions that will work within your business processes and it helps to leverage the use of technology that doesn’t distract from your main purpose.

Main Benefits of Advanced Screw Pile Technology

Mar 17, 2020 3:41:35 PM

The first screwpile can be traced back to the 1830s when Irish engineer Alexander Mitchell designed a simple cast iron screw pile for the Maplin Sands lighthouse in the Thames estuary. 

What is Piling?

Nov 19, 2019 3:06:32 PM

Piling is a crucial element in the stability and success of many building structures like homes, bridges and roads. Piling provides the support that a structure needs when the soil is unable to support a heavy load. It’s beneficial and useful, but what is piling?

Why Pile Vic is your Number 1 choice for Screw Piles Victoria

Nov 19, 2019 3:06:29 PM

Pile Vic offer extensive knowledge of piling methods and an impressive portfolio of services designing, helical and blade piles for compressive and lateral loads for both on ground and above ground structures. Working closely with construction companies, architects, engineers, home and commercial builders to ensure complete satisfaction, from the ground up.

Main Benefits of Pile Foundations

Nov 19, 2019 3:06:26 PM

Pile foundations provide a number of applications across both residential and commercial building projects. Here is a list of the main benefits of pile foundations and the opportunities they offer compared to other piling methods.

Alternative to Piling: Why use Piling instead of Bored Piers?

Nov 19, 2019 3:06:24 PM

There are many ways to stabilise the foundations of a building site. From various types of bored piers to the many types of piling. But why choose steel piling instead of bored piers?

How to Improve Your Building Company’s Efficiency

Oct 7, 2019 2:11:17 PM

When you are ready to grow your building company, there are many processes you should have in place to ensure growth does not compromise your efficiency or quality.

Top Qualities of a Good Contractor and Their Qualifications

Oct 7, 2019 2:05:22 PM

Whether you are contracting or employing trades for a construction project, it is essential to ensure you are working with quality tradesman.

How to Mitigate Project Delay on Job Sites

Oct 7, 2019 2:02:20 PM

Delays on a job site are not only annoying but can be very costly! Often, there are strategies you can put in place to ensure you maximise productivity during those annoying delays.

How to Find A Tradie That Delivers Time and Time Again

Oct 7, 2019 2:00:06 PM

Qualified and professional trades who deliver top quality results time and time again are hard to come by.  If you have this team, hold onto them!

How to Ensure Health and Safety in Construction Site

Oct 7, 2019 1:58:26 PM

Safety on the worksite is not only essential; in many cases, it is a requirement of Occupational Health and Safety laws.

Importance of Project Management In Construction

Oct 7, 2019 1:55:03 PM

At Piling Victoria, we are well aware that the right team is essential to a build. A cohesive and professional team is needed to ensure a quality build that falls within budget. There is one key person in the group who is responsible for overseeing the entire job - the project manager.

Building A Successful Construction Company for Long-Term Success

Oct 7, 2019 11:06:53 AM

For some people, running their own building company is a lifelong goal. When they finally reach it, they find it is much tougher than they thought.