Andrew Piland

Structured Noise is Music. Without Structure, It’s Just Noise. Make Music, Not Noise.

by Andrew Piland | August 6, 2021

“Andrew, that sounds awesome, but what does it look like once we’ve gone all-in with a digital solution?” Glad you…

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Why It’s Time to Forget The Sticky Notes & Maximize Wall Space

by Andrew Piland | July 23, 2021

If you are using sticky notes on a whiteboard, you are probably dedicated to a better way of planning and…

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Memorial Day: A Time to Celebrate; A Time to Remember

by Andrew Piland | May 31, 2021

Memorial Day also marks the unofficial start to Summer. We await this weekend to welcome in warmer weather and take…

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Why ‘Safety Third’ Is Exactly What Construction Needs to Make Jobsite Safety First

by Andrew Piland | May 5, 2021

What are a Superintendent’s primary responsibilities?  Safety, Quality, Schedule.  Prioritized in that order. We talk a lot about how certain…

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So You Want to be a Superintendent…Thoughts from a Touchplanner Who Worked in the Construction Industry

by Andrew Piland | April 21, 2021

All of us have a general routine for our workday.  For some, you can pin it down to the minute. …

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Tracking Progress for Repetitive Scopes Made Easier

by Andrew Piland | March 11, 2021

Scopes usually vary greatly across a project.  Why manage them all the same?  For repetitive activities, it is sometimes best…

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How Make Ready Planning Can Make—or Break—Your Project

by Andrew Piland | January 16, 2019

You have the right team in place, the materials have arrived on time, and even the weather is cooperating. “What…

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