Tech Talk: Software, Engineers Hook Up
Bridgewater Lumber Co. in Bridgewater, MI., was in the process of designing a horse arena near Ann Arbor when it ran up against a code requirement for a sidewall wind load rating. Since the lumber company did not have a professional engineer on staff to stamp the drawings, the company was going to have to hire a consultant.
Fortunately, the software that Bridgewater was using to design the arena had anticipated the problem. One click on the Construction Maestro® program and Bridgewater was led to Timber Tech Engineering in Denver, Pa.
Construction Maestro® Offers Engineering Services through Timber Tech
Symun Systems Inc.™ offers engineering services in cooperation with Timber Tech Engineering®. This new feature will give Construction Maestro® users quick and easy access to engineering services for both post-frame and stud-frame outbuildings. After creating an estimate, the user simply makes a few clicks and a quote request is initiated from the Construction Maestro® software.
Symun Systems, Inc.™ Gives Back to the Post Frame Industry
Symun Systems, Inc.™ offers NFBA members a 10% discount on the Construction Maestro® post frame, stud frame, and simple deck estimating software.
Construction Maestro® Estimating Software™ Now Offers a Material List Export into the Popular Intuit Quickbooks® Accounting Software
The Maestro FastForward™ add-on module offers Construction Maestro users the ability to export an estimate of materials to Quickbooks® as an estimate, which can be easy converted into an invoice.
Construction Maestro® Mentioned in the Press Once Again
Construction Maestro® by Symun Systems, Inc.™ has been mentioned in an industry publication yet again. In the December 2004 edition of Rural Builder Magazine*, in the Tech Talk section by Oliver Witte, Construction Maestro® is discussed in the article "Tech takeover in Pennsylvania?".
Honorable Mention in the Press
Once again Construction Maestro® by Symun Systems, Inc.™ has been mentioned in an industry publication. In the July 2004 edition of Rural Builder Magazine*, on page 16 in the Tech Talk section by Oliver Witte, Construction Maestro® is discussed in the article "Two Good Software Choices".
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