College - Author 1

College of Architecture and Environmental Design

Department - Author 1

Construction Management Department

Degree Name - Author 1

BS in Construction Management



Primary Advisor/Subject Matter Expert (SME)

Mark Montoya, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Construction Management Department


In the rapidly evolving construction industry, the adoption of software solutions is essential for enhancing efficiency, reducing costs, and ensuring timely project delivery. This paper assesses the effectiveness and usefulness of existing construction software solutions, focusing on their functionalities, strengths, and limitations. Among the prominent solutions gaining traction are Trunk.Tools,, and The construction industry, although historically slower to adopt new technologies, stands to gain a great deal from these tools in terms of project management and performance. This research includes a thorough examination of's reach in the market, feature development, and growing uptake among experts in the construction industry. The paper examines’s capabilities, including its audio transcription, writing enhancement, and document analysis tools. The hypothesis is that integrating construction technology "copilots" will enhance project management efficiency, improve decision-making processes, and lead to greater project success in terms of cost-effectiveness and timely completion. Through an analysis of different software solutions, the report offers insights into industry input, practical applications, and best practices for software uptake and integration in construction projects. The purpose of this analysis is to provide guidance to construction companies so they may choose and use the best software tools possible to maximize project results.