For the improvement of the construction industry, both small and large scale businesses, BuilderStorm is offering a free construction management software.
Online PR News – 21-April-2016 – Brighton – For the improvement of the construction industry, both small and large scale businesses, BuilderStorm is offering a free construction project management software program. This noble cause by BuilderStorm directly correlates with the mandatory actions acquired by the government’s Building Information Modelling (BIM). At BuilderStorm, we understand that bigger companies can easily switch over from the conventional systems that are prevalent in the industry or even set up separate departments to retain their governmental contracts. But, on the other hand, the smaller companies have not had it so easy because switching to BIM principles doesn’t only mean investment of a lump sum amount but also changing existing systems entirely. However, it is worth noticing that the government has done its part to help construction firms adopt and acclimatize better to BIM principles, for example, the BIM Task Group, but, it obviously do not meet the needs and requirements of every construction business owner.
So, we at BuilderStorm want to remove the gap between the available free construction project management software programs and those that were accessible to small and medium scale enterprises. With this regard, a high quality free construction project management software program can work as wonders. So, considering this free offering as an investment in your business is the right solution.
One should give this free construction project management software program a try as it is designed to take care of all the tasks and assignments possible within the framework of a project. It is built with special focus on the needs of a modern day construction company in the United Kingdom.
With over 40 years of construction site experience, BuilderStorm.com team has 20 years experience of producing bespoke software solutions for the construction industry. The company has produced bespoke engineering software solutions for iconic British construction projects, including the Diamond Light Source particle accelerator in Didcot, Oxfordshire and The Bullring shopping centre in Birmingham, West Midlands, as well as supplying custom created software for civil engineers across the UK for decades.