Use Case: Inspections

MarielleroundMarielle Price
Director of Customer Success

Throughout the course of any project, inspections are necessary to make sure everyone got it right. And “it” can encompass a variety of duties, from safety to deficiencies to commissioning to QA/QC work, all of which involve attention to detail and thorough issue tracking. We all know the diligence that these inspections require always pays off, but that doesn’t always make getting through them any easier, especially if your team is using outdated methods. So why not make sure you’re doing the best job possible by using a top-of-the-line construction management tool like Fieldwire? We go to great lengths to ensure that our app is catering to your on-site needs, and when it comes to walkthroughs and inspections, there’s no solution more accurate or less complicated to take with you into the field.

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All Your Data at Any Time

The first step for any inspection is making sure you have all of the necessary data to know what to look for. While this may sound like a no-brainer, papers and clipboards both pile up and get misplaced all of the time, so it’s easier said than done. Thankfully, Fieldwire collects a complete cloud-based record of your entire project right there on your mobile device, meaning you always have all of your documents at your fingertips - both online and offline - while you’re walking around the jobsite. Any drawings, specs, submittals, details, cut sheets, and tasks can be referenced or approved on the go. If your crew has added new data to the project since you last checked in, it will sync via the internet to your own device so you’re never lacking important details. Having every vital piece of information in hand makes it simple to compare current site conditions to project standards, and makes the inspection process run far smoother.

Stay Up-to-Date in Real-Time

As your team updates their tasks in Fieldwire, that new progress is automatically synced with everyone else on the team. Best of all, those involved with specific tasks will be informed via email and mobile push notifications, so you can always track issues in real-time from start to finish. You can even tie tasks together so one trade knows when their work directly affects another’s, and you’ll know at a glance when each job is ready for sign-off. If any punch items or safety hazards suddenly arise during an inspection, just create a task for it and assign it to the appropriate person for immediate attention. It’s possible to duplicate tasks as well for repeated or similar duties across the jobsite. Task attributes such as priority and due date help identify the severity of each issue, and Fieldwire employs Admin-controlled two-step verification for all completed tasks to make sure nothing falls through the cracks. In other words, you’ll never lose track of anything!

The Value of Checklists

If a particular job has a number of steps that need to take place in a certain order, add a checklist to make this clear to your subs while they work. Checklists also make it easy to confirm that everything was taken care of while you’re on your walkthrough, so there’s never any confusion about who did what. Creating a checklist is a simple process on both the web and mobile versions of Fieldwire, and you can also save checklist templates in your project so that they can easily be inserted into any other tasks from that point on. Savvy users can facilitate inspections by creating a task that includes a checklist to act as a template for walkthroughs, then duplicate that task as many times as they like directly on their plans. All of the key attributes of that task will be included in each clone you create. This is useful when you have multiple rooms to inspect or numerous areas across the jobsite to look over.

Reporting Made Simple

If you want to document an inspection, you can generate a PDF or spreadsheet report to paint a clear picture of where your project stands at any given time. Reports are entirely customizable, meaning you can share as much or as little task information as you need, and can be sent to anyone you like. You can sort report content by date range, priority, category, assignee, and just about any other core characteristic you can think of. Every report template you create is automatically saved in your project as well, making it easy to edit or send it out again. And if you’d rather not even be bothered with remembering, reports can also be scheduled for specific dates to be sent out on a repeated basis. This makes creating inspection reports a lot simpler than jotting down notes and photos and assembling them all manually in a Word document that you then have to print and distribute in person.

5 Easy Steps for Inspections

To summarize, you can handle your inspection needs with just a few easy steps in Fieldwire. To get started with your inspections quickly:

  • Create checklists (and save the templates).
  • Add the checklists to your tasks.
  • Duplicate the tasks if they apply to multiple areas.
  • Take the Fieldwire app on-site during your inspection to add photos, comments, and make note of all the details.
  • Document the inspection by generating a report.

Inspections are an integral part of getting jobs done the right way, and Fieldwire is dedicated to relieving any stress or unnecessary steps from the inspection process for you. With a few clicks you can quickly survey, record, and send out all of your findings to the appropriate teammates and ensure that every aspect of the project is built to perfection. Now keeping an eye on the quality of your project really can be a no-brainer.

Fieldwire is free for small teams on Apple iOS, Android, and on the web. We already support 1,000+ companies across 50,000+ projects, and we’d love to join you in the field on your inspections!


Customer Use Case: Shimizu North America

DavidroundDavid Vasquez
Head of Customer Support

As a subsidiary of a Japanese construction company more than 200 years old based in Tokyo, Shimizu North America LLC is based in Atlanta and manages jobs all along the East Coast from Georgia to New York. They primarily focus on manufacturing and the automotive industry, often taking on feats upward of $500 million in scale, which makes them ideally suited to handle a wealth of building projects.

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“One person using Fieldwire for one year can save us up to $26,000. That one person ends up saving 44 hours - one full week - per month by using the app to do everything quicker.” - Rick Lane, Project Director at Shimizu North America LLC

Quality Control and Deficiency Management

Since 2014, Shimizu has placed its trust in a mobile construction app that could help facilitate getting jobs done. Rick Lane, Project Director at Shimizu North America, recognized the value in a system that could efficiently track punch list items and maintain quality control throughout the company’s daily activities. That system turned out to be Fieldwire, whose mobile construction software quickly became Shimizu’s go-to solution for managing the bulk of their issues.

“We have 3 or 4 major uses for Fieldwire on recent projects, most of them related to quality control. From reinforced steel inspection, concrete pouring, steel erection, and even safety monitoring,” says Lane. “Right now we’re focusing on quality control to create reports. We generate reports pretty regularly with Fieldwire and they get distributed to subcontractors immediately, so we send all of the defects that we find directly to them.”

Creating reports in Fieldwire is an essential method for Lane to deliver duties out to his team, tracking issues as they are created and worked on so that he can monitor overall progress on the project. Report templates in Fieldwire feature a wide array of filters, so each report can be tailored to include the tasks of specific subcontractors and be sent out automatically on a regular schedule. This makes it easier than ever to track what everyone is doing, since all their progress can be viewed in real-time from any device connected to the internet. No more trekking across the job site, no more waiting on the crew for in-person check ups. Once each defect has been updated in Fieldwire, Lane and his construction team can look them over and include those tasks in the next report that goes out. And while they are currently focused on quality control, using reports for punch list management is not a foreign concept to Lane.

“We started using Fieldwire very regularly, so we’re very used to it by now. We don’t get bogged down in unnecessary steps anymore. You just create a task on a mobile device and that’s that, you’re done.”

Positive stories like this became more frequent among Lane’s team as they continued to use Fieldwire, and helped support his findings as he encouraged Shimizu North America to deploy Fieldwire on additional projects. The quick familiarity and improved metrics from his team’s performance cemented the construction management app as a worthy addition to their field arsenal. It was a no-brainer for Lane to introduce the app into his team’s day-to-day operations when other clients came calling.

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Saving Time and Money

“People don’t understand the immediate value until you put it in terms of money. One person using Fieldwire for one year can save us up to $26,000,” says Lane. “That one person ends up saving 44 hours - one full week - per month by using the app to do everything quicker. You can have your PM or your superintendent spend more time focusing on the construction side of things instead of sitting behind a computer doing administrative work or creating reports the old way.”

Rick Lane has had tremendous success cutting down on wasted time by using Fieldwire. Continued use of the construction app has streamlined his team’s on-site pursuits and improved their organizational skills. As work continues on their projects, the Shimizu North America crew relies on a steady stream of reports to get out to their subcontractors each day, so being able to save large amounts of time on that whole process is invaluable.

“Before using Fieldwire, the old fashioned way of doing things was just too time-consuming,” says Lane. “We needed to find something to help us be more efficient. Our projects can run pretty large in size, and we would need at least 2-3 more people just to create reports all day if we didn’t have Fieldwire.”

Freeing up several people so they can actively contribute to construction, instead of preparing task lists for everyone else, makes a world of difference day by day. And since the reports are composed directly in the app itself, they don’t need to be printed out in order to be distributed. The project management team can email out reports directly to their trades all from within the office. The benefits of incorporating Fieldwire into their routine kept piling up, as Lane and his squad were able to boost communication and cut down on time spent making reports.

“It used to take us from 40 minutes up to an hour to create a report the old way. That time has dropped down to less than 10 minutes using Fieldwire. We can get all the deficiencies out to the subcontractors right away. It saves us a lot of time.”

Such a drastic reduction in the time dedicated to generating reports creates benefits that reverberate throughout the entire work flow like a shock wave. Lane saw a decrease in downtime and an increase in time spent smoothing out snags across job sites. The temporal savings naturally lead to monetary ones, and with each passing day, Lane regularly sees a trend toward less spending in the big picture.

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A Construction App that Fits Like a Glove

With all of the advantages being reaped through use of Fieldwire, those unfamiliar with the app might assume a lot of effort had to go into setting it up to Shimizu’s standards. But as Rick Lane will tell you, adopting Fieldwire and becoming fully fluent with it only took a matter of hours, and the hours it subsequently saved them more than made up for the brief learning phase. Regardless of their varying levels of technological expertise, his crew took to Fieldwire like a hammer to a nail.

“We got our team up and running with Fieldwire in one day - even less than one day,” says Lane. “It wasn’t hard for everyone to get used to it quickly, even all of our old school guys out there working. They all got used to Fieldwire pretty easily. It’s very simple, very user-friendly, and it has what it needs. There’s no extra things to confuse you. It has a very intuitive interface.”

Improving daily workflow is the overall takeaway from Shimizu North America’s implementation of Fieldwire, but the core difference being made extends beyond that. They are achieving a level of productivity that helps drive them forward at a steady pace, leaving behind the sluggish methods of the past. Smart phones and tablets are replacing pencils, paper, cameras, and physical drawings. Despite the huge size of their projects, the answer to growing issues has been paring down the task repertoire. Everything can be contained in a single tool, accessible on any other mobile device in any other pair of hands.

“We can have anywhere up to 40 people or more active on projects. Of course everyone uses their own mobile devices, but we also usually have about 4 dedicated mobile devices on-site, so Fieldwire is always present on the job. People can walk through the site, make inspections, and check everything all the time.”

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Building a Winning Streak

Shimizu North America is pushing forward with continued success in all of its endeavors, thanks to the vigilance of those among their ranks with an eye for progress. Construction management across a multitude of manufacturing projects is being streamlined through the data reports, quality control, and user-friendly design that Fieldwire provides, and with every finished job, Shimizu’s East Coast presence is further solidified. Other Shimizu branches in Asia and other international markets are also rolling out Fieldwire on projects after such stellar confirmed results from Shimizu North America. Indeed, Shimizu proves its ability to define building quality time and again, and its North America branch plays a large part in that with the help of people like Rick Lane. His winning streak with Fieldwire shows no signs of slowing down.

“It’s working great, we’re definitely planning on using Fieldwire for our future projects,” says Lane. “I would definitely recommend it to others as well, as long as they’re not my competitors! We’re saving a lot of money and taking care of work really well, and I don’t want the competition getting in on this!”

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Customer Use Case: Webcor Builders

DavidroundDavid Vasquez
Head of Customer Support

Located in San Francisco, CA, the folks at Webcor Builders like to keep their plates full. As one of the largest building firms in California, they can be regularly found in the field working on a multitude of sizeable projects. Past triumphs include the California Academy of Sciences, the SFMOMA Expansion, Lucasfilm Headquarters, and San Francisco General Hospital, and ENR recently included Webcor Builders in their list of Top 100 California Contractors - they were #5. As a subsidiary of Japanese construction giant Obayashi and with an annual revenue approaching $1 billion, it’s clear that Webcor possesses some serious construction prowess.

One of their current missions is the $500 million expansion of the Moscone Center in San Francisco. At over 2 million square feet of building area and 700,000 square feet of exhibition space, the Moscone Center is one of the most popular convention sites in the United States, but it is still operating at capacity despite its great size. In an effort to increase contiguous event space and accommodate more clients, Webcor Builders has been tasked with expanding the Northern and Southern wings of the convention center, with construction scheduled to extend into 2018.

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Successful Sheet Management

The Moscone Center Expansion, due to its layout and the fact that much of the existing convention space is still in use during construction, presents a host of ongoing challenges for the Webcor team. Matthew Watley, Assistant Project Manager, knew that he would need to run a tight ship in order for his crew to tackle such a large and tricky venture. Luckily, he did not need to rely on good fortune to keep the ship afloat. Webcor Builders, being no stranger to projects of massive scale, has the experience to successfully navigate a multi-phase project of this size. And after testing out Fieldwire, with its built-in plan management capabilities, he knew they would be well-equipped to handle the growing convention center by combining the app’s strengths with his team’s expertise.

“Our main purpose for Fieldwire is looking at current documents in the field, predominantly drawings,” says Watley. “Our project has an immense amount of drawings, which are very difficult to manage on their own. We upload lots of different versions and then sync them into Fieldwire via Box, which is a big help once we’re on-site.”

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Having access to all drawings on a mobile device is a major advantage for Watley and his team, as both they and their inspectors are utilizing Fieldwire to oversee the expansion project. They can keep the latest sheets and older versions in hand while walking the construction grounds, adding markups and annotations as they go, as well as attaching tasks, photos and videos, measurements, and files directly to the drawings. The time and trouble being saved thanks to digital plan management exceeds measure for Webcor, and through automatic syncing and offline functionality, Watley’s team grows more organized and effective as they improve the convention space in Moscone North and South.

Although Box integration has been available in the app for years, Fieldwire worked directly with the Webcor team to enhance the integration capabilities so that the feature was better suited to their project needs. This level of service was something special that Watley had not encountered with other construction software that his team had tried in the past.

“I would certainly recommend Fieldwire to other teams because it’s a great solution for viewing documents in the field without creating excessive work,” says Watley. “Having updated drawings on-site has helped us avoid rework, and it’s definitely saved office-side time too since the syncing system automatically publishes new drawings. We don’t have to manage each set manually, as we’ve had to do with other programs. The less office work required to support documentation in the field, the better.”

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Expanding Horizons

As fall begins to grow cooler, the expansion of the Moscone Center continues to heat up as it shifts into its next phase. But it’s not just the convention floor that’s expanding down in the heart of San Francisco. Webcor Builders is broadening their approach to document organization and construction management through their consistent use of Fieldwire, and seeing tangible boosts in their efficiency as a result. By using the app to handle all of their drawing sets and accompanying data, Matthew Watley has embraced an innovative tool to make each day in the field a little easier for his team.

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What You Need to Know About Lien Waivers

Olivia zlien roundOlivia Huppman
Marketing Associate - zlien

As part of our continued collaboration with zlien we're bringing their expertise to break down the different types of lien waivers and help you identify which ones make sense for your projects. zlein is a cloud-based platform built to make lien rights easy, empowering a fair construction ecosystem that everyone can trust.

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What You Need to Know About Lien Waivers

Lien waivers are tied to nearly every payment on a construction project, so almost everyone involved with construction work is familiar with these documents. However, they are so common that many companies view waivers as nothing more than a piece of paper that needs to be “rubber-stamped” to get paid. This practice is dangerous because not all waivers are created equal. Read on to learn how to distinguish between safe lien waivers that speed up the payment process, and those that expose the signing party to financial risk.

The Fundamentals of Lien Waivers

Signing a lien waiver waives lien rights. Once a contractor, supplier, or other party who provided materials or labor to a construction project waives lien rights, they are unable to file a mechanics lien in the event of nonpayment. Mechanics liens are incredibly powerful tools for combatting nonpayment, so it’s important to be careful when relinquishing lien rights.

All lien waivers fall into one of two categories: conditional or unconditional. Both these types of waiver can apply to either a partial or final payment. Read on to learn the differences between these types of waiver and best practices for managing them safely.

Conditional Lien Waivers: A Contractor’s Best Friend

Conditional lien waivers - whether for a partial payment or a final payment - are typically extremely beneficial for contractors, suppliers, and other parties who furnish labor or materials on construction projects. As the name implies, conditional lien waivers are conditioned upon the occurrence of an event, usually actual receipt of payment. This means that even after the waiver is signed, the signer maintains the right to file a mechanics lien until they get paid. Therefore, signing an unconditional lien waiver doesn’t expose the signer to financial risk.

Because conditional lien waivers are conditioned upon payment, contractors and suppliers can use them to their advantage. Proactively signing a conditional lien waiver prioritizes your invoice and motivates the paying party to make sure you get paid first. Those making payment would rather pay someone who has signed a waiver than one who hasn’t in order to avoid the risk of double payment. Furthermore, proactively signing conditional lien waivers speeds up the payment process by cutting down on time spent waiting to receive, sign, and return a waiver. Proactively initiating the waiver process with a conditional also ensures that you don’t sign an unconditional waiver prior to getting paid, which can be risky. Free online tools like the Waiver Exchange can be used to create, sign, and exchange custom waivers electronically.

Unconditional Lien Waivers: Sign With Care

Unlike conditional waivers, unconditional lien waivers go into effect and are fully enforceable as soon as they are signed, regardless of whether or not payment has been made. Signing an unconditional waiver eliminates the signer’s right to file a lien in future no matter what. Keep in mind that these waivers can apply to a partial payment (when further payment is expected in future) or a final payment.

An unconditional lien waiver should only be signed when the payment described in the waiver has been received.Here are a few reasons when not to sign an unconditional waiver:

  • When the money isn’t in the bank. If the check hasn’t cleared, it’s a good idea to wait to sign or to provide a conditional waiver instead.
  • When the amount stated in the waiver has not been received. When it comes to unconditional waivers, what is written in the waiver matters more than what has actually happened. If you are paid $5,000 but sign away lien rights for $10,000, you won’t be able to file a mechanics lien for the remaining balance owed.
  • When dates don’t match. Lien waivers typically waive lien rights for work performed to date. Make sure that the dates in the waiver match the dates for which payment has been received.

Want to learn more about lien waiver best practices? Check out the simple guide to lien waivers.


Customer Use Case: Morguard

DavidroundDavid Vasquez
Head of Customer Support

Real estate is a complex, prodigious industry to master, and few companies have met this challenge with such poise as Morguard. Headquartered in Ontario, Morguard has spent the last 40 years forming a sizeable reputation as property management experts across North America, with over $19 billion in assets to show for it. With a firm grasp on industrial, residential, office, and retail facility development, Morguard has the right acumen to ensure they remain a leader in all aspects of real estate as they continue to expand across Canada and the U.S.

One of the main focuses of Morguard’s business is residential properties, and for Operations Manager Adam Dolton, this means weaving a vast web of projects across Texas that have to stay on track and avoid run over. Dolton manages the Dallas/Fort Worth area for Morguard, which primarily encompasses multi-tenant housing and retail structures, such as strip malls. In order to prevent any deviation from their schedule, Dolton has a secret weapon that helps keep each project on a lightning pace.

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“Fieldwire is excellent. I love using it, the rest of my team loves it, and I’ve gotten nothing but high praise from them about how easy it is to use.” - Adam Dolton, Operations Manager at Morguard

A Creative Approach to Inspections

Adam Dolton and his team are no strangers to juggling multiple projects and meticulously smoothing out any rough patches they find. Many punch items and missed marks are bound to turn up in preparation of a completed apartment complex, so it falls upon Dolton’s crew to have the eyes of a hawk as they scan each unit for imperfections. This extends to all forms of housing they survey, and has led to some creative execution on their part with Fieldwire.

“We don’t use Fieldwire quite as it was originally intended, but it still works very well for our purposes,” says Dolton. “Instead of blueprints, I upload a property map and I’m then able to walk the property and leave detailed notes on the fly where I need to put them. I can then import any other notes from colleagues as well.”

Using Fieldwire for property evaluations with drawings is a tried-and-true method for many companies equipped with the construction app, but Dolton’s interesting take on inspections using site maps instead of traditional drawings proves that there is no wrong way to use Fieldwire if it’s working for you. Each note and photo added to his property map gets synced and shared with the rest of his team, and the resulting punch tasks are distributed to the right trades to handle. Given the volume of cosmetic and operational items that need evaluation on each property before reaching completion, the value of facilitating detailed inspections cannot be stressed enough.

“We do detailed property inspections, which help with our budget and help us stay ahead of all of our issues,” says Dolton. “These detailed property inspections go from landscaping and curb appeal all the way up to each individual door on the property and the hardware that goes with it. So Fieldwire is very helpful for keeping track of things that are damaged or tarnished, so we can then budget to replace those items.”

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Replacing the Old with the New

So often, it can be easy to simply accept the readily available option as the only solution to a problem, but Adam Dolton refused to subscribe to that notion. Too many days and past projects had been spent limping along at the mercy of older inspection techniques, such as transcribing notes and converting one form of data into another. It was not only a drain on time and money, but on the team’s own morale, and it was not a flow that Dolton could allow to continue.

“Before Fieldwire, we basically just used dictation. We spoke into a microphone and replayed that and put it into Excel before sending it all off,” says Dolton. “It was a 3-4 step process that was really antiquated and took forever to do.”

The need for a better solution was clear, and after finding Fieldwire, Dolton knew an easier path had just opened for his team. The ability to gather on-site data while actually on-site in one hand-held tool, and to then distribute that data back to his colleagues in the span of minutes, changed how they structured their work day. What once took multiple grueling steps to accomplish was now taken care of simply by reconnecting to WiFi. Having all of the notes and punch items found during walkthroughs placed directly on the property map and shared with others freed up Dolton’s day tremendously, and it didn’t take much convincing on his part to sway his comrades once he introduced Fieldwire to them.

“I looked at lots of different applications, and when I came across Fieldwire, it was easy to see that it’s a location-based app, and being able to use it for our purposes would really help us,” says Dolton. “I started using it and then explained the process to the Director of Operations, and after he got his hands on it, it didn’t take but maybe 2 days in the field before he said, ‘Man, this is amazing! This has great potential for us.’”

That potential was realized as soon as Fieldwire became the preferred inspection tool on Dolton’s property sites. He distributed it to all of the corporate leaders in his region, making it simpler than ever to relay data, convey ideas and instructions, and discuss property allowances all through the app. The notification system built into Fieldwire alerts each party both via email and mobile notification, so the dialogue between the team never halts. They began to see drastic improvements in the evaluation process, so much so that Dolton plans to introduce Fieldwire to every community manager at each individual job site in the near future.

“Inspections are very detailed, you’re walking through and taking notes every 3 feet,” says Dolton. “So you’d used to have all these recorded notes and then we’d have to go and put them to paper, then go through and categorize it, but now Fieldwire does it all for you. I can use the built-in microphone on my cell phone while I’m walking to make these notes on the fly, and then they’re all there in the app. So it’s really sped up everybody’s process completely.”

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The Benefits of Regained Time

The utility of Fieldwire for Dolton and the Morguard team goes beyond the sheer practicality of its features, as it has become a vital resource for saving an even more precious resource - time. By stripping away all of the outdated procedures in their workflow, they regained a deluge of hours with which to devote more time to actually working instead of converting audio recordings into notes. Time is no longer a limiting factor for Dolton’s inspections, but instead an advantage.

“In terms of time being saved, Fieldwire has absolutely saved everyone at least a month’s worth of work,” says Dolton. “On one property, we have close to 700 notes. If that had been handled using our old methods, that would have taken forever to break out and classify.”

Quantifiable results like a month’s worth of saved time made it clear to everyone at Morguard that Fieldwire was helping them achieve a new measure of efficiency. Through Dolton’s positive findings and countless hours now shifted toward more useful pursuits, they knew they had found the right tool to fast-track the progression of every site evaluation on their docket. By parsing through all their notes so swiftly in Fieldwire, they are able to earmark costs and prepare for future expenditures with a greater understanding of what lies ahead.

“From a budgeting standpoint, we’re able to tackle everything much quicker,” says Dolton. “Now we know what to budget for 2017, 2018, 2019. We can prioritize and assign it if we want to do it off-site; if not, we can give it to a contractor. Having photos collected in Fieldwire really allows us to nail down exactly what we’re talking about, so there’s always accountability on hand. It really shortens up a lot of our other backend processes too.”

Indeed, the time saved on extensive data translation allows Dolton and his colleagues to focus more on data analysis and approach budgetary concerns with added clarity. Quicker turnaround paves the way for smarter spending, and by consistently relying on Fieldwire to help track issues, they have also improved their resource management between properties in need. Saving time is already a victory, but when it enables you to save money as well, that’s more than just a bonus. That’s a game changer.

“People are able to get through these many properties that we have faster than ever, and that results in less time away, less travel expenses, so all around, you end up saving money by using it.”

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Great Strides Forward

As Morguard continues to cultivate a distinguished real estate pedigree, there are perhaps no properties of theirs running smoother than those down in the heart of Texas. Adam Dolton has elevated his region’s operations to a new level of success by tackling each location with Fieldwire at his side. His trust in a modern construction management tool designed to streamline job site performance has more than paid off, and with plans to incorporate Fieldwire on other properties in the future, Morguard is set to capitalize even more in the days ahead.

“I would recommend Fieldwire to others, in fact I already have. I know we plan on using this going forward and expanding our uses of it for other construction activities.”

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