NearmapNearmap’s Projects and Nearmap 3D tools streamline clients’ operations.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When contractors use satellite photos to plan their projects, they may be relying on imagery that no longer represents the current state of the land. These images “can be a couple years out of date,” Natasha Ridley says.

Peerless ProductsPeerless Products focuses on continuing to improve its windows.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

While most people look right through a window to the outdoor world, Peerless Products looks right at it, analyzing every opportunity for continuous innovation. “What separates Peerless Products in the industry is innovation, high-performing products and customer service,” National Sales Director Justin Ebert says. “Those are the three areas we focus on.”

DriTacDriTac continues to change the flooring industry with its products.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Not many companies can say they brought products to their industry that were ahead of their time, but DriTac Flooring Products LLC can proudly do so. “There are numerous examples through the years where we came to market with high-tech, innovative products that changed the landscape of how hardwood and resilient flooring were installed,” President Yale Block says.

saw software ct17 1Sage introduces features to provide greater construction insight.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

In a rapidly changing technology landscape Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management has evolved to meet the needs of the more than 5,500 organizations globally. “The Enterprise Management solution has been around now for a few years, but as technology moves, it’s our obligation to keep up with that,” says Chris Wiener, CEO of {SAW} Software Mill

KaufmanKaufman Lynn hires top talent and works in a variety of market segments.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

When Mike Kaufman started Kaufman Lynn Construction in 1989, he had one push-button phone, a beeper and three employees. Thirty years later, the company has 207 employees, a well-known brand, a strong reputation and offices in Raleigh, N.C., and Austin, Texas, along with its Delray Beach, Fla., headquarters.

ImpactoImpacto Protective Products takes pride in its high level of quality.

By Staci Davidson, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing 

One only has to speak to a few contractors to understand a key value to the entire industry: safety. The same goes for manufacturing companies. Whether a company is building homes or large capital projects, or assembling machine tools, it is important that workers go home safely at night. Impacto Protective Products Inc. understands this well, which is why it has focused on the design, production and distribution of specialized ergonomic products for more than 30 years. 

DriTacDriTac continues to change the flooring industry with its products.

By Alan Dorich, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

Not many companies can say they brought products to their industry that were ahead of their time, but DriTac Flooring Products LLC can proudly do so. “There are numerous examples through the years where we came to market with high-tech, innovative products that changed the landscape of how hardwood and resilient flooring were installed,” President Yale Block says.

SamjinSamjin LED uses the light spectrum to help improve performance.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor at Knighthouse Publishing

While it may look white to the naked eye, light comes in a spectrum of colors. “If you take a white sheet of paper and put it under a dining room light, the paper will look different than if you took it outside and looked at it,” points out Jung S. Kim, executive vice president of Samjin LED, the U.S. subsidiary of Samjin LND Co., of South Korea. “What you’re seeing is the effect of correlated color temperature of the light.”

TrueGridTrueGrid Pavers save both money and the environment.

By Mark Lawton, Senior Editor for Knighthouse Publishing

A decade ago, Barry Stiles traveled to Europe, where he saw a system of permeable pavers. A plastics engineer, Stiles had started a plastics injection molding company in 2000. His factory in the Houston area produced medical devices, rebar, construction materials and other items. “It was successful but my heart and soul weren’t in it,” Stiles says. “In the early part of my career I had developed different product lines, which I liked.”

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