December 11, 2018
What the Data Says: Concrete Cost Trendcasting Through Q2 2018

Whether in response to public policy or concerns about infrastructure, all of America seems to be talking about construction costs. As the leader in construction data, software and expertise, we welcome the conversation and would like to add our insight. We’ll regularly examine the long-term cost trends of the industry’s most vital materials. In this edition of What the Data Says, we’re digging into concrete costs.

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December 3, 2018
Year in Review – RSMeans data in 2018

In 2018, Gordian released new tools and resources to help you keep your project plans and estimates accurate and on-point. We’ve been very busy. In case you blinked, let’s take a look back at the extended resources, product offerings and revolutionary advancements in RSMeans data from Gordian over this past year.

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November 27, 2018
9 Tips to Get the Right Data for Your Procurement Business Case

By providing context to your organization’s problems and focusing on solutions, the right data can fuel strategic procurement conversations. Make your business case and truly change the conversation around procurement within your organization.

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November 12, 2018
Employee Spotlight: Views from a Veteran

Louis Patin stands out in a room and in our organization for his personality and leadership. What some colleagues may not know is that Patin is a military veteran from a family of service members. In this short interview, Patin discusses his decision to join the military, what he appreciates most about his service and how it has impacted his career.

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November 8, 2018
Higher Education Facilities Leaders Share Insights in Philly

On a chilly October day in Philadelphia, our facilities planning analysts gathered for a regional workshop with higher education facilities leaders from institutions including Swarthmore College and Duquesne University. Check out what topics were discussed and some of our favorite moments from the event.

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