New York, NY (PRWEB) August 07, 2014
BuildingBlok (https://buildingblok.com/features) the cloud-based platform that helps small to mid-size general contractors better manage the entire lifecycle of construction projects, announces today the launch of a new mobile application, solving one of the biggest sources of inefficiency facing construction management projects—the ability for general contractors and subcontractors to stay in touch while on the field.
“Our mobile app is a game changer for the construction industry,” says Justin Nolan, CEO of BuidlingBlok. “The inability to communicate from the field is one of the biggest sources of time and budget overage in construction management projects. All too often, valuable information is lost when it’s not logged immediately or when a subcontractor isn’t able to quickly connect with a general contractor to receive answers to questions. We’re excited to offer the construction industry a solution to this problem.”
WIth the mobile application, users can:
- Communicate and collaborate from anywhere
- Create, track, and complete RFIs and Punchlists
- Update Daily Reports and Timesheets
- Upload pictures directly from the job site, including any questions directed to the general contractor for a real time response
- Update and manage construction schedules and keep a daily log of hours spent
BuildingBlok tools starts at $50 a month for subcontractors, and $250 a month for general contractors, with unlimited users and projects for each account.
For more information about BuildingBlok, click https://buildingblok.com/features. For more information about the BuildingBlok mobile app, click https://buildingblok.com/features/construction-mgmt-software-for-general-contractor.
BuildingBlok is the first cloud-based construction management platform geared specifically to small to mid-size general contractors, offering a robust suite of management tools at an affordable price. The company was launched in early 2014 by CEO Justin Nolan and has headquarters in New York City. For more information, visit http://www.buildingblok.com. For media inquiries, contact Cari Sommer, Sommer Communications Group, 646-480-7683.