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

Build Better: Five Tips to Save Time

“Building Better” can mean different things to different people; from meeting deadlines and beating the budget, to providing an easy handover. But getting to that point is no easy task. In an earlier post  we discussed how rework can drive up costs, as much as 20%, and throw your schedule off track. Time management is… Read More

Going Green with Construction Project Management Software

There are many reasons to incorporate a digital document management system like SKYSITE Projects into your workflow. The big ones, of course, are cost, mobility, convenience, organization, and speed. But during the past several years, considerations around environmental sustainability have come to play a more important role in the ROI of your system. Consider the… Read More

Four Ways to Keep Communication Flowing with SKYSITE

Project delays seem like a necessary evil in construction. Despite significant financial penalties associated with missing milestones, phase completion dates, or whole project deadlines, it happens more frequently than anyone likes. The most common reason for construction delays is miscommunication, primarily in the area of setting expectations. Even when expectations have been aligned, if a… Read More