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Announcing the JBKnowledge ConTech Roadshow in Atlanta!

November 7th, 2016|Events, Technology|

I am excited to announce the first ever JBKnowledge ConTech Roadshow will make its debut on December 6th, 2016 in Atlanta Georgia! Join the ConTechTrio (James Benham, Josh Bone and myself) at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center to hear great presentations about construction technology that can improve your business workflows.  Our ConTech Roadshow will be

Construction Technology Presentation at AGC Georgia Annual Convention

June 15th, 2015|Apps, Events, Technology|

Last week I attended the AGC Georgia Annual Convention at Amelia Island. I had the honor to join James Benham, CEO of JBKnowledge, Inc. and Co-Present with him on his "Construction Technology Forecast: Harnessing Integration, Mobile, Sensors and Augmented Reality". The presentation focused on the results of Mr. Benham's survey of over 1,000 construction professionals

AGC Georgia Construction Professional Conference Debrief #1

May 25th, 2015|Apps, Safety, Technology, Workflow|

On April 29th I participated in a panel discussion about the "Day in the Life of a Construction Professional" with technology at the AGC Georgia Construction Professional Conference. The panel provided an overview about how they each use apps and mobiles devices to complete different workflows on construction projects. The panel consisted of several construction

Tote App Field Test for Construction (Part 2)

February 11th, 2015|Apps, Review, Technology|

Last December I met with a group of start up companies that were developing Apps at the Atlanta Tech Village to see if they were interested in presenting their App at the January AGC Georgia Construction Technology Forum. At the AGC Georgia Construction Technology Forum Joe Norton presented the IOS App based courier service specializing in larger deliveries

AGC Georgia Tech Forum Jan 2015 Part 2

February 9th, 2015|Apps, Technology|

Last week I provided a debrief of the AGC Georgia events of the quarterly Construction Technology Forum (Tech Forum) events for members. This Tech Forum event was hosted at the Atlanta Tech Village (ATV) in the Buckhead area. This event showcased a few new apps used by AGC Georgia members in attendance and those viewing

AGC Georgia Tech Forum Jan 2015 Debrief Part 1

February 2nd, 2015|Apps, Events|

Last week the AGC Georgia Technology Committee presented their quarterly Construction Technology Forum (Tech Forum) events for members. This Tech Forum event was hosted at the Atlanta Tech Village (ATV) in the Buckhead area. This event showcased a few local start up apps to the AGC Georgia members in attendance and those viewing online. Yes

New Tote IOS App for on demand delivery service in Construction

January 19th, 2015|Apps, Technology|

  Last year I met with a small of group of start up companies that were developing Apps at the Atlanta Tech Village to see if they were interested in presenting their App at the next AGC Georgia Construction Technology Forum. One of the stand out apps to me was a unique new idea for

Want to learn about cutting edge Atlanta Based Apps?

December 28th, 2014|Technology|

Over the past year I have worked closely with the AGC Georgia chapter to build a strong Technology Committee that plans and presents quarterly Construction Technology Forum (Tech Forum) events for members. The current Tech Forum format started out as a lunch and learn format where myself and a few other members talked about the

Great Apps from Atlanta Tech Village

December 10th, 2014|Technology|

Last week I met with several start up companies at the Atlanta Tech Village for an upcoming AGC Georgia Tech Forum on January 29, 2015. The purpose of the meeting was to hear the "pitch" from each company. These companies have been asked to now present to the AGC Georgia members next January. 1. ThingTech:

AGC Georgia Tech Forum August 2014 Debrief

August 25th, 2014|Events|

href="https://conappguru.wpengine.com/wp-content/uploads/img_3712-01.jpg"> Last week the AGC Georgia hosted their quarterly Technology Forum at the training center in Atlanta. There were several presenters discussing new apps for use in construction. This was the first time the Georgia chapter connected virtually with other AGC chapters from St. Louis, New York, and California! There were 40 people at the