HCSS, a construction industry software developer in business since 1986, is adding a new building and three-story parking garage on its Sugar Land, Texas, campus. Rosenberger Construction in Katy, Texas, broke ground in August on the two-story, approximately 56,000-sq.-ft.

Construction industry software developer, HCSS, announced it has broken ground on a new building and parking structure at its Sugar Land, Tex., campus. The two-story, approximately 56,000-sq. ft. office building will be the third on the 12-acre corporate headquarters, which HCSS has inhabited since 2010.

Construction industry software developer HCSS is launching its fifth-annual Construction Intern Awards scholarship program for college students in construction-related fields. The company will award $50,000 for 18 total scholarships, including a grand prize winner and three finalists, as well as 14 individual weekly online contest winners.

Technology is certainly a buzzword in the construction industry these days. Just about every executive likes to tout how their company is investing in the latest in drone, GPS and software technology. Buying technology is one thing, but implementing and creating a culture surrounding technology is a whole different story.

Construction industry software developer HCSS has opened registration for its fourth-annual $50,000 Construction Intern Awards scholarship program for students in construction-related fields. A new twist added to this year's program features 13 weekly contests — running from June 4 through Sept.

Terracon Consultants Inc. of Olathe, Kan. was named the first place winner of the 2018 “Helping Hand Awards,” an annual competition sponsored by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association's Transportation Development Foundation (ARTBA-TDF).

HCSS, a developer of software for the construction industry, hosted its annual Users Group Meetings (UGM) with two identical meetings on Jan. 30 to Feb. 1 and Feb. 20 to 22, 2018, at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Houston, Texas. Nearly 1,500 users of HCSS estimating, construction time card and job reporting, dispatching, safety, equipment maintenance, telematics, and other software attended classes and networked with other users of HCSS products.

Construction software developer HCSS announced the winners of its annual Construction Intern Awards. The company's third-annual program awarded a combined $50,000 in college scholarships to students in construction-related fields who interned with construction companies for at least two months during the 2016-2017 school year or summer of 2017.

Construction software developer, HCSS, announced July 25 the release of its new electronic logging solution to help construction companies meet the December 2017 deadline to become Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) compliant. This mandate requires drivers who currently use Hours of Service (HOS) paper logbooks to switch to electronic logging with approved electronic logging devices (ELDs) by December 18, 2017.

Today's HCSS Safety program offered by construction industry software developer, HCSS, helps companies to develop a culture of safety by empowering employees to contribute to the safety program. Through cloud-based storage and reporting of critical safety data – safety meetings, near misses and incidents reporting, training, and job and activity hazard analysis, among other record keeping items – HCSS Safety assists contractors in more effectively and efficiently managing their safety programs.

Construction software developer HCSS (www.hcss.com) announced the winners of its annual Construction Intern Awards. A total of 17 scholarships worth a combined $50,000 were awarded to students in construction-related fields who held internships of at least two months in duration with construction companies during the 2015-2016 school year or summer of 2016.