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Measure | Adjust | Improve

  • April 27, 2021

Quality, Consequences and the Construction Industrial Complex (part 281). Based on experience, I estimate 90% of buildings do not have any sub-metering, they only have basic utility meters that monitor total building electrical, gas and water consumption. This has to change if we are to manage our buildings operational foot…

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Getting Serious About Project Data

  • April 21, 2021

BlueRithm are often asked when is the best time to make a transition to digital and move up to BlueRithm. The answer is never – and right now! There’s never going to be a perfect time for change, but BlueRithm can help make the process easier on you and your…

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What would you do with $241,307?

  • April 15, 2021

What would you do with an extra $241,307? The other side of this question is, how much does it cost to store and protect your drawings? There is no way around it, storage, curation and protection of physical, paper drawings costs money. This is analogous to the cost of a…

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Sustainability Vs Actual Performance

  • April 13, 2021

Quality, Consequences and the Construction Industrial Complex (part 279). Some documentaries can really impact your thinking. For me, Seaspiracy is one of them and I urge you to watch it. To quote Bill Blain, Seaspiracy is about greenwashing, it is about the "exposure of greenfoolery on a missive scale, waking…

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Engineers and F.I.R.E

  • April 5, 2021

Quality, Consequences and the Construction Industrial Complex (part 278). I am a huge fan of the phenomenon known as F.I.R.E or Financial Independence, Retire Early. Thanks to the excellent David McWilliams Podcast (Ep#118) I am now aware of another F.I.R.E. Finance Insurance Real Estate These are all activities that extract…

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