For over a year, our news feeds have been flooded with articles about how the global pandemic forced everyone to adapt their work lives seemingly overnight. Remote work is now an everyday reality for many. However, with the building industry among those that are least digitized, it is especially difficult to keep projects on track when you're not physically present at a job site. In this blog post, we'll explore how utilizing Existing Conditions can help bring your job site to your fingertips – wherever you happen to be working from.
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Owning a building means you're responsible for something that's both an asset and a liability. On one hand, you are the steward for a huge amount of value. But you're also in charge of defending the property from risk.
101 Federal Street in Boston was a project that we were proud to work on because we "saved their building," in a sense. The building is an iconic 31 story high rise (381 feet high), designed by storied architecture firm Kohn Peterson Fox. It features a postmodern design with Indiana Limestone exterior panels. Housing some of Boston’s most prestigious firms, the building was completed in 1988 and has been fully occupied since. It was an honor to work on this project and give the owner and their team the data they needed to keep their building in optimal condition.
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For decades, the best builders and general contractors in the world have worked with Existing Conditions. Since 1997, we’ve been providing them with the situational awareness and digital information they need for successful projects. Companies like Shawmut, Suffolk, Turner, and Gilbane rely on the data we provide them with to complete projects safely, efficiently, and accurately.