A construction application is a web or mobile application that enables users to find, bid on, and book construction projects. Construction apps usually include an interface for viewing available jobs as well as the ability to create a custom profile and apply for jobs.
Construction apps have much in common with other mobile productivity apps, such as project management apps and calculator apps. Popular construction apps include Autodesk, ArchiCAD, and SketchUp.
A cost quoting app for customers. Depending on the category it will either spit out a price and/ or send customers info via email to business. They also want to offer subscriptions for weekly or monthly work subscriptions for sales person log-ins.
An app that can be used to communicate the home building process to customers as well as book appts. Able to link calendar for availability of meetings that users make. User can share pictures from app to social media or text to text. Subscription option for Managers to sell this to others builders so they can sell it to others. Can book a time to meet user and possibly builder at site.
A construction app is a location-based service that provides contractors with crew management tools and work scheduling software. The most successful construction apps allow companies to manage their crews, schedule work, track progress, and share important information with clients. These apps can grow by expanding into new verticals (such as plumbing or electrical), adding additional features (like social networking tools), and creating industry-specific apps that cater to different types of businesses.
Construction apps can be subject to legal and insurance risks related to workplace injury, worker compensation, and property damage. You will want to ensure that you have strong compliance procedures in place for workers on your project.