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Chief Architect Adds Features for Better Designing
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Chief Architect Adds Features for Better Designing

New tools give designers more options and control, while improved walkthroughs... More

Putting Your Project Management Software to Work
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Putting Your Project Management Software to Work

Following up on his June column about project management software options for... More

A Guide for Remodelers To Choose Project Management Software
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A Guide for Remodelers To Choose Project Management Software

Industry consultant Joe Stoddard compares the features of the most common project... More

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Cloud Control: Access to Project Info Made Easy Cloud Control: Access to Project Info Made Easy

Cloud-based software, such as BuilderTrend, allows remodelers to update and access project information wherever they are. More

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Visual Aides: How to Present Design Ideas Visual Aides: How to Present Design Ideas

Let TV and movies be your guide to some creative approaches to presenting your next design plan. More

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What I Like: Co-Construct Software What I Like: Co-Construct Software

Neal Fiske of TriplePoint Design Build talks about how Co-Construct has helped his business be more efficient and communicate with clients and trades more effectively. More

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Island Life: Steps in the Evolution of a Kitchen Island Design

Using modeling software to help clients compare and contrast design elements and help the design evolve. More

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Major Modifications: Customizing Microsoft Access for the Remodeling Process Major Modifications: Customizing Microsoft Access for the Remodeling Process

Tailoring Microsoft Access database software to a remodeling company's specific needs. More

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What I Like: Master Builder's New Software Hits the Spot for This Office Manager What I Like: Master Builder's New Software Hits the Spot for This Office Manager

Office manager Kathy Shertzer talks about using 100 Contractor 2013 for accounting, job costing, and more. More

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Draw Them In: Using 3-D Software to Communicate a Design to Clients Draw Them In: Using 3-D Software to Communicate a Design to Clients

Experiencing a project in three dimensions aids communication with clients, providing a much more accurate sense of how the project will look. More

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