Construction IT Services

From the office to the worksite, we have the IT expertise to keep your projects on budget and on schedule

The construction industry relies on technology now more than ever. Your project managers and engineers require access to large files and customer information wherever they are, and they need reliable IT solutions that let them communicate with clients and contractors, control costs, and keep their projects on schedule.

The ERGOS team has extensive experience in the technology and tools you use and rely on every day. We also offer remote IT support, and can troubleshoot many problems online or over the phone to save you time and money.

We understand your challenges

Protecting confidential project information
Selecting the right technology for the job
Keeping IT systems up and running 24/7
Reducing costs

Our solutions for construction firms

IT Consulting

Expert advice on choosing and using the right technologies and software for your projects

Managed Services

You manage your projects, we’ll manage the IT that keeps them on budget and on schedule

Data Security

Keep your client data secure with end-to-end encryption and proactive monitoring

Frequently Asked Questions

What are 5 examples of construction technology?

The construction industry is constantly evolving and thus its implementing innovative technologies to remain competitive. Some examples of construction information technology that are currently being used include.

1. Building Information Modeling (BIM): BIM is a three-dimensional model-based process that provides architects, engineers, and constructors with valuable insights and information for more efficient project delivery.
2. Drones: Drones are being used for a variety of purposes in the construction industry, such as surveying land, inspecting job sites, and delivering materials.
3. GPS Tracking: GPS tracking systems are commonly used to monitor construction equipment and vehicles, as well as track the location of workers.
4. 3D Printing: 3D printing technology is being used to create prototypes and even some construction components, such as concrete beams and metal brackets.
5. Wearable Technologies: Wearable technologies, such as smartwatches and fitness trackers, are being used by construction workers to improve safety on the job site. These devices can be used to track worker location, monitor hazardous conditions, and more.

What is the future of construction technology?

The future of construction technology is shrouded in potential but fraught with uncertainty. The industry is still in the early stages of fully implementing many of the technologies that are currently available, so it remains to be seen how transformative they will ultimately be.

Nevertheless, there is reason to believe that construction technology will continue to evolve and become increasingly sophisticated and integrated into everyday workflows. As construction companies strive to remain competitive, they will likely continue to adopt new technologies that can help them improve project delivery and achieve operational efficiencies.

What is BIM software?

Building Information Modeling (BIM) software is a type of computer-aided design (CAD) software that is specifically tailored for the construction industry. BIM software enables users to create three-dimensional models of buildings and other structures, which can then be used for a variety of purposes, such as project planning, coordination, and execution.

BIM software is becoming increasingly popular in the construction industry as it provides a number of advantages over traditional CAD software, such as improved accuracy, increased collaboration, and better project management.

What is ERP in civil engineering?

Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software is a type of business management software that is commonly used in a variety of industries, including civil engineering. ERP software consolidates all of the information and data related to a company’s operations into a single system, which can then be used to manage various aspects of the business, such as finances, project management, and human resources.

ERP software is often used in conjunction with BIM software to provide a complete solution for construction companies. When used together, these two types of software can help improve the efficiency and accuracy of project delivery.

I’m a DoD Contractor, Can a Managed Service Provider help with our Compliance needs?
The Department of Defense has been re-aligning their security requirements over the last few years in order to keep information within the supply chain private. DoD Contractors and their subcontractors are now required to follow guidelines such as NIST, CMMC, DFARs or others depending on what part of the supply chain they are in.

Managed Service Providers can work hand in hand with auditors for your required compliance needs and correct deficiencies noted in their reports.

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