Construction Technologies of the Future

SiteKick was recently named to BuiltWorlds Smart JobSites 50, celebrating the top 50 emerging field solutions being leveraged by some of the largest contractors, engineers, and specialty contractors worldwide. While we’re proud to be recognized as an innovative construction technology, there are other areas of construction technology we’re excited about. Let’s take a look at … Read more

SiteKick Announces Integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud

Minneapolis, MN – August 30, 2021 – SiteKick, a one-stop-shop site monitoring solution for commercial construction, today announced an integration with Autodesk Construction Cloud™, a portfolio of software and services that combines advanced technology, a builders network, and predictive insights for construction teams. SiteKick’s construction monitoring and reporting solution is now available for customers to add to … Read more

Messaging tactics on construction job sites

Instant and text messaging have become generally accepted ways of communicating on construction sites, especially to increase efficiency and safety. Aside from its ease of use, texting and instant messaging are a popular communication channel most people use every day, so no special training or devices are needed. Here are some tips on how to … Read more

The five best safety apps for construction firms

Every construction firm understands that safety is every employee’s responsibility and there are a variety of technological tools to make sure everyone has what they need to ensure a safe and productive work environment. Here is our list of the five best safety apps for construction firms: OSHA Heat Safety Tool If you can’t rely … Read more

Tips on Organizing Your Data

Construction companies are slowly moving toward a digital first model which means that more data is being collected every day. A recent article suggested that 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are produced by humans every day and 95 million photos and videos are shared every day on Instagram. Of course, all the data in the … Read more

How iPads have changed construction job sites

While the construction industry has been relatively slow to adopt new tools, the iPad is quickly becoming the most valuable tool found on a construction job sites. Let’s take a quick look at some notable ways the iPad has changed how construction job site managers have improved their workflow with this mobile office platform. The … Read more

What Construction Execs Can Do While Drinking That Morning Coffee

For a typical construction executive, taking advantage of every second begins with their morning coffee break. Mornings are scientifically proven to be a very important period in the workday because the human brain has just been rebooted and is the most open to new ideas. Here are five essential activities construction execs can do while … Read more

Up your Job site security with cameras

Considering the valuable tools, materials, and machinery present on any job site, cameras are by far the most cost-effective method of securing these assets. While construction site safety is at the top of the list of worries for any site manager, a very close second is job site security. Up your Job site security with … Read more

How to Maximizing IoT at Construction Sites

The IoT (Internet of Things) is an idea that is transforming many industries including construction. The question isn’t whether IoT is coming to the construction industry, but how to leverage the power of IoT to decrease costs and increase productivity. Maximizing IoT at construction sites. Techology has vastly improved how construction businesses complete a variety … Read more

The Growth of the Construction Industry and SiteKick

While the global construction market size is expected to decline from $11,217.4 billion in 2019 to $10,566.8 billion in 2020, the industry will show signs of recovery in 2021 and reach an estimated market size of $11,496.7 billion, a compound annual growth of the construction industry of 1.2% between 2019 and 2021. Despite a global … Read more