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Spotlight on Frances “Frani” Hallett – siteoffice.mobi Lead Software Engineer

Frances Hallett is the Lead Software Engineer at siteoffice.mobi, where she manages a team in the design and backend code development for the construction project management software. Her specialisation in software design and development of web, mobile and embedded applications for small and large scale distributed systems makes her an asset to the team. Having […]

Paperless construction projects – everyone’s a winner

The construction industry generates a significant proportion of the world’s waste. With worldwide digitisation in full swing, going paperless is not only achievable for construction projects, it’s the least we can do to join the quest for a more sustainable future. Consider this example: A $200m project runs for two years. This is how much […]

See siteoffice.mobi at Future Infrastructure Summit 2018

siteoffice.mobi is proud to be a bronze sponsor of the inaugural Future Infrastructure Summit 2018; co-presented by the Lean Construction Institute Australia and buildingSmart Australasia at The Edge, State Library of Queensland in Brisbane on Monday 22 October 2018. In addition to sponsoring and exhibiting at the event, our Lead Software Engineer Frances Hallett will present on embracing digital […]

Construction’s digital future: how can we get there faster?

Technology has already facilitated vast changes in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) sector, but there’s still a way to go. We posted recently on where construction tech is headed next. Research is showing us how technology is affecting our industry now and how it stands to develop in future – but how do we […]

siteoffice.mobi seeks to streamline infrastructure projects in mining

We are thrilled to announce that we have been selected as one of the ten startups to take part in the “BUILD” phase of the Unearthed Accelerator program, which kicked off with a founder alignment workshop with lead mentor and acQuire and ADAPT by Design founder Bill Withers at River City Labs followed by a launch party at Fishburners Brisbane on Tuesday 1 October 2018. […]

Construction tech in 2018: where to next?

“Gone are the days when the construction industry can ignore the burgeoning set of technology solutions across the asset life cycle. We expect investment, competition, and consolidation to continue to accelerate as use cases and start-ups serving the industry proliferate.” So concludes McKinsey & Company’s 2018 report on the status quo of construction technology. The report, […]

Shaping Queensland’s Infrastructure Future – siteoffice.mobi at IAQ Infrastructure Summit 2018

On Friday 14 September 2018, the siteoffice.mobi team will attend and exhibit at the 4th Annual Queensland Infrastructure Summit, hosted by The Infrastructure Association of Queensland at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. Queensland requires significant infrastructure investment to meet the demands of its growing population and expanding regional markets. Through the core theme of building […]

Silos aren’t the problem, systems are: tech to better connect construction teams

In the construction industry, projects typically involve multiple teams from different disciplines carrying out complex pieces of work. Success relies on these teams integrating and communicating with each other to get the job done. The idea of the “siloed workplace” is commonly blamed for woes including: poor productivity ineffective coordination wasted resources frustrated teams. To […]

Want to increase efficiency, accuracy and sustainability on your construction projects?

Cloud-based software and mobile apps enable construction professionals to swiftly and accurately capture data in real-time on site, saving valuable time, money and effort, while drastically reducing or eliminating paper usage, and ensuring superior quality data and documentation for client handover at the end of the project. Do these construction project problems sound familiar? Double handling data On site data capture = pen […]