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Five items Owners should require in their Documentation Turnover Package

When closing out a project, pulling together documentation should be simple, but often times items can get missed. Owners should be looking for a complete set of documentation that provides specific information regarding the building at closeout including, but not limited to: Certificates of Occupancy (COs) City and State Inspection… Read More

Samsung Gear 360 vs. Ricoh Theta V

A few weeks back I did a site walk with a customer in Chicago on a project that was still in excavation. I was walking with the Samsung Gear 360 (2016 version) and he was walking with a Ricoh Theta V. I personally still feel the Ricoh Theta V is… Read More

Meeting your construction photo documentation specification

As a project team member who gets assigned to a new project, one of the things we do right away is read through our contracts and specifications.  If this is not your first project, you probably have a pretty good idea of what you are looking for, especially… Read More

360 Camera Photo Quality Comparison on a real Construction Site

Hands-On Approach to Reviewing Camera Hardware 360 Camera specs only tell us half of the story. At StructionSite, we prefer a hands-on approach to reviewing camera hardware where we actually go out and test the cameras on actual jobsites to get a true, apples-to-apples comparison of cameras in various conditions,… Read More

Tagging Workflows for Progress Photos

“This feature couldn’t have come at a better time. We are beginning to close up walls, and this will help our team stay even more organized and refine the deliverable to the owner.” – Felipe Serrano, ‎Senior Project Engineer, The Beck Group Tagging keeps both your 360 and… Read More

Let there be light…for your 360 camera

The sometimes dark and poorly-lit conditions on jobsites or older buildings can make using a 360 camera difficult.  Unlike traditional point-and-shoot cameras, a 360 camera needs light that shines in all directions simultaneously.  Taking in-wall photos is especially challenging when rooms have poor or no light at all. Read More

Why the Job Walk is Not Enough

For this post we have a guest blogger and subject matter expert, Michael Hatfield. Michael has an extensive background as a Senior Estimator in demolition and he provides his expertise and insight in the art of planning, documentation, and photography through jobsiteDOCS. Documenting Existing Conditions By Michael Hatfield, jobsiteDOCS In… Read More

Be on the jobsite, even when you can’t be

Have you ever thought about how insanely productive your project team could be if anyone on the project could just be on the jobsite at a moment’s notice? Think about all the times you’ve had a conversation with another member of the project team about the status of… Read More

A sneak peek at real-time 360 collaboration for construction teams

Greetings folks! Heading into this week I wanted to share with you a sneak peek of a major collaboration feature we’re preparing to release.  Before we get to that, a quick story about why we decided to build this feature and what problem it solves… Read More