Your Civil Engineering Firm’s Use of Technology

January 13, 2014 at 10:43 am 1 comment


Last week I posed a question on LinkedIn asking members of the Civil Engineering Central group if they felt that their firm was ahead of the curve, on the curve, or behind the curve when it comes to the software and technology that is being utilized at their firm? If you are a member of the Civil Engineering Central group on LinkedIn you can follow this link to the question and cast your vote:

CIVIL ENGINEERING CENTRAL GROUP LINKEDIN POLL

Alternatively, you can vote right here on our blog:

You may find that you fall on different parts of the curve depending on the actual piece of technology or software. Accounting software, scheduling software, project management software, surveying equipment, 3D CAD software, cloud based programs and 3D printing technologies are just some of technologies and software that come to mind when running a consulting civil engineering firm.

What do you feel are the most critical pieces of software and/or technology that are essential in remaining competitive in the civil engineering profession?


Matt Barcus
President, Precision Executive Search, Inc
Managing Partner, CivilEngineeringCentral.com
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