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Six Questions to Ask Before Buying Earthwork Takeoff Software

Earthwork software is a great way to produce more accurate and profitable takeoffs. Accurate takeoffs give you the confidence to create estimates that reflect actual costs and expected revenue on a project....


Digital Take-Off Solutions Save Time When Developing Machine Control Plans

Moving tons of dirt over a large area down to millimeter accuracy is a daunting task. Machine control is an excellent way of improving grading productivity and accuracy. Earthwork movers can achieve accurate grades the first time, thereby reducing rework and re-grading....


InSite Software Prepares Students for Real-Life Construction

InSite Software's Elevation earthwork take-off and GPS modeling software is now part of the Southern Utah University (SUU) curriculum; its adoption is expected to better prepare students for the modern construction site....


InSite Launches Latest Advances in Earthwork Take-Off Software — InSite Elevation

At ConExpo-Con/AGG 2020, InSite Software will unveil its new InSite Elevation earthwork take-off software platform. The earthwork estimating tool is completely redesigned to provide a more dynamic and productive user experience and will be available in two software options: Pro and Lite....


The Here and There of Dirt — Providing Dirt Contractors With Critical Cut and Fill Quantities for Their Projects

In the early 2000s, Jim Hammond did something historic in his life. He decides to shift his highway and heavy civil construction career to begin working for the toughest boss he's ever known ... himself....


Organizers Already Prepping for ConExpo-Con/AGG 2017 in Las Vegas

The triennial mega show, ConExpo-Con/AGG, returns to the Las Vegas Convention Center March 7 to 11, 2017. The show will apparently be even more massive this time around. The name, ConExpo-Con/AGG, stands for the combined Construction Exposition and International Concrete, and the Aggregates Show....






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