Dexter + Chaney Form Construction Ops Group

Words: Dan KamysDexter + Chaney Form Construction Ops Group

 

Dexter + Chaney has created a new business unit focused on innovative technology solutions for construction operations. The Dexter + Chaney Operations Group will deliver new construction software platforms and applications to those involved in construction operations across all phases of the project lifecycle, from pre-construction through live construction.

“Construction collaboration has been an industry buzzword for a number of years,” says John Chaney, president and co-founder. “We created the Dexter + Chaney Operations Group with one objective in mind: Use technology to help make collaboration a reality, not just a buzzword.

“We looked at the sheer number of different applications used by our customers from pre-bidding through to project completion, and we were shocked," Chaney continues. "We knew that there had to be a better way to deliver technology to construction firms trying to work together. That’s when we began forming the Operations Group.”

A culmination of more than two years of recruiting construction operations talent and researching new technology approaches, the Dexter + Chaney Operations Group will be hitting the ground running.

According to Chaney, “What we’ve done with the Operations Group is gather the right people together with the skills and industry domain experience to address the challenges of construction collaboration and Integrated Project Delivery.”

The Operations Group will announce its first product offerings in early-2012.

 

 

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