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Creating Community Through Affordable Housing in San Diego

by Touchplan | December 21, 2018

Building is something Touchplan users excel at, and in providing them with technology that enables them to work more efficiently, our focus is usually on the the technical aspects of construction: how to identify constraints, meet deadlines, work safely and finish early. While this focus on efficiency and success is important, what’s really amazing is […]

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Happy Thanksgiving from Touchplan

by Touchplan | November 22, 2018

We’d like to take a moment to extend our sincere thanks, today and every day, to our customers. From the crucial early support of our first clients, whose input has helped shape our product development, to the teams that experiment today with innovative methods and use cases on their Touchplan projects, we are very grateful […]

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LCI Congress 2018 Recap

by Touchplan | October 25, 2018

The Touchplan team has returned to rainy Boston after a very successful LCI Congress 2018! The team had a great time forging new connections and seeing familiar faces within our industry. Scroll down for some of the highlights.

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AEC Schools Should Start Teaching Collaboration in College

by Touchplan | August 2, 2016

Two weeks ago the co-chairs of the National AIA-AGC joint committee released a statement calling for more instruction in cooperation among architects, engineers, and contractors. They highlight the industry’s growing adoption of cooperative methods such as design-build, design-assist, integrated project delivery, building information modeling and lean construction as a “crying out for increased collaboration.”

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Reducing Project Rework

by Touchplan | July 28, 2016

Rework can quickly increase both the time and money spent on your projects. One of the reasons we focus so much on collaboration and communication is to improve your workflow and avoid the costly mistakes that lead to rework. Recently, the folks over at Procore put out an awesome article highlighting some of the numbers […]

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Will Olympic Construction Finish on Time?

by Touchplan | July 26, 2016

The short answer is yes, according to John Gregerson, Senior Editor of Builtworlds. The longer answer is that much work is still required to get the Olympic facilities ready by the August 5 opening of the games. Even with the shakey outlook Gregerson is quick to point out that: “Events of this magnitude have a […]

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