7 Hot Products to Save Time and Money on a Jobsite


30 minutes


Construction jobsites are hyper-busy environments with never-ending challenges that need to be addressed quickly, whether it’s an accident, rework or other surprise. The people on jobsites—construction managers, project partners, architects, engineers, etc.—are often frustrated with the ease and speed of collaboration, sharing of updated information and access to needed files. How can you escape the old ways of slow, tedious processes and inefficiencies?

Join us for a glimpse at the “next generation” jobsite, built with all the technology tools you’ll need to meet the faster pace and high demands of today’s construction projects.

What you will learn:

  • Latest tech trends and tools that will finally improve the construction jobsite
  • Ways to speed up communications and make your team uber-productive, working faster and saving on cost
  • Implementing a paperless workflow on jobsites (and still use paper smartly)

A digital Certificate of Participation will be provided.


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Session Speakers:


Nick Miller, National Director, Professional Services and Customer Success
Nick is responsible for managing the entire customer journey for all software, hardware and services in ARC's Productivity Suite. Nick has spent the last 10 years focusing on document control/ print fulfillment for the AEC industry and in the last 4 years has shifted focus to ARC’s tech suite designed to improve project performance. As a tech lover, Nick is committed to helping clients drive and implement paperless strategies for both the job site and the office with a strong focus on process improvement.



Kevin Leatham, SKYSITE Product Manager
Kevin received his degree in civil engineering and has been in the construction industry since 2011 working as a project manager for large GCs in the San Francisco Bay Area. Kevin has since joined ARC and is focusing his efforts on alleviating some of the problems he faced everyday as a project manager: fostering collaboration through improved document and project management processes.