Review Previous Episodes
In Episode Five, we explore:
- A Preview of the 2017 MCAA Technology Conference
- New Release from MCAA Technology Research Series on Robotic Total Station report.
- MCERF's new Complexity Measurement Tool built in collaboration with BuildingSP.
Interested in seeing the products that will change the industry? A feature session at the MCAA Technology Conference will launch new products coming to the industry in 2019.
Travis Voss, the Technology Manager from Mechanical Inc, was part of the keynote presentation at Autodesk’s Connect & Construct Summit, part of their annual conference, Autodesk University.
Every year, new innovations help leading contractors get a little more effective, productive and profitable. Missing out will not put you out of business right away, but it will gradually widen the gap between your company and the leaders in the market. It is never too late to catch up. Be an innovator. The MCAA Technology Conference is the best resource for learning how members are using the latest tools, software, and processes to thrive in these changing times. Join us January 29 – February 1 in Tampa Bay, Florida at the MCAA Technology Conference.
Did you miss our 2016 Technology Conference in Indianapolis? Check out this quick video recap of the highlights. If you have any questions, contact our very own MCAA Geek, otherwise known as our Director of Construction Technology, Sean McGuire.
You won’t want to miss the 4th Annual Technology Conference, already scheduled for January 28 - February 1, 2019 in Tampa, Florida. Put it on your calendar because we guarantee this will be the best yet.
MCAA’s GreatFutures Forum… Where Students and Contractors Come Together - September 27 - September 29, 2018 in Anaheim, CA. We hope to see you there!
Our Technology Initiative
We’re in a time when disruptive change has come to our industry – change that creates new markets and new value propositions, but also disrupts our existing way of doing business.
We have the option of looking at this change in one of two ways. We can consider it to be disruptive stress, or we can look at it as “disruptive opportunity.”
We have the opportunity to seek out new ways to improve productivity. The opportunity to look for new ways of getting the job done better and faster. And the opportunity to seek out new technologies that simply do things we never thought were possible.
Ignoring change is simply not the best option if we want our companies to continue to be as successful as they can be.
That’s why MCAA created the Technology Initiative. With your association's help our members can understand the challenges of technological change and exploit the opportunities it creates. For more information, contact Sean McGuire.