Apple Park Sets a High Bar for Green Buildings

Apple Park, or the Spaceship, as Apple’s new headquarters in Cupertino, CA is commonly referred to, recently opened to much fanfare. Much has been written, good and bad, about Steve Job’s last passion project. Every detail of the flashy $5 billion project has been thought of, down to the custom-built door handles. So, it’s no… Read More

Architectural Achievements in 2017

2017 wasn’t just a busy year for construction, it saw new innovations and technologies adopted and employed at fever pitch. Because of that, we saw innovative and sustainable facilities unlike anything we’ve seen before. We saw new methods of construction such as 3D printing and modular construction streamline processes. And, we got a peak at… Read More

10 Steps to Building a Culture of Safety

Just by looking at a construction site you can tell it’s an inherently dangerous workplace. With loud machinery, scaffolding, heavy materials and equipment, it’s easy to picture how one small, wrong move could lead to disaster. Yet knowing the statistics and risks, and even with safety procedures in place, workers are often tempted to take… Read More

Construction Trends to Watch for in 2018

As the year comes to a close, companies are looking ahead to what’s next. These days, the answer to that question usually involves technology. With an eye on 2018, we investigate construction trends to watch for. Robotics Manufacturing has employed robotics for decades. Still, the construction industry has been slow to adopt this technology. But… Read More

A Time to Say Thanks

As we gear up for the Holidays, it’s time to take a moment to give thanks to each other and those who support us, as well as look back and reflect on 2017. While there is plenty to be thankful for, this year was a crazy mix of ups and downs, from exciting product releases… Read More

The Truth About Those Emojis

Recently, you may have seen some emojis looking for feedback on your SKYSITE experience. Not only were these little guys cute, they were also supremely helpful. But, as nice as it is to see a majority of positive reviews, we weren’t looking to pat ourselves on the back. What you may not know is we… Read More

What’s New at SKYSITE

Here at SKYSITE, we’re always listening, taking that feedback and working on improving our platform. To that end, we released our latest upgrade on Sept. 23. Immediately after our summer release launched, we were busy making lots of enhancements to SKYSITE. Based on your feedback, we’ve been programming and working on implementing these enhancements since… Read More

A New Take on Facilities Management…For the Olympics

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) recently announced that the city of Los Angeles has been chosen to host the Olympic Games in 2028, while Paris will host in 2024. In the announcement, the IOC Evaluation Commission released a glowing report praising L.A.’s and Paris’s bids for their emphasis on sustainability and fiscal restraint—an especially important… Read More

Eliminate the Mountain of Paper and Headaches

Every business owner and manager has to deal with a mountain of information and paperwork on a daily basis. It may seem like construction is all about heavy equipment and cement, but when it comes to paperwork, it’s no different than other businesses. Even in construction, looking for documents, waiting for updated printouts, etc., can… Read More

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