One of Highway 99’s greatest strengths is the close connection we have with the construction industry in general. Construction is becoming more and more data-focussed, and all too often each project requires unique systems and processes. We can help to keep you on track.
You will probably be working through several projects at any one time, each with multiple parties and competing interests. Often, these projects leverage their own systems, making data exchange and access a challenge. We support professionals of all kinds with managed IT services, but many of our best people come to us with years of experience providing IT and related services to construction and civil engineering clients.
We can shoulder your entire organization’s IT burden, both for routine work and the special requirements that your biggest building and design projects demand. We work to make IT-based downtime a thing of the past, and to harden your systems against both accidental and deliberate data breaches. Better still, we do that with a sensitivity to the demands you put in your data technology and the way you actually do business.
Our team’s regular working hours are weekdays 7am to 6pm, and we are available to handle emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Are you curious what a top of the line IT team could do for you?
We are familiar with the leading design, collaboration and scheduling tools (e.g. AutoCAD, Revit, Bluebeam, Aconex, Procore, Project, Primavera, among many others) and the challenges facing construction firms and their IT infrastructure, especially those working on government projects or projects with demanding owners.
Your primary point of contact has worked extensively in construction, specifically design and project management. Because we understand the challenges you face, we can give your firm the competitive edge it needs to thrive.
We want to understand exactly what you need from your IT systems, both today and tomorrow – at no cost or obligation. Only then will we want to talk about how we can supply it.
Regular, systematic backups are the first step in a good disaster recovery program. Sooner or later, your data will be at risk, from fire, flood or simple human error. A good backup system will make even a ruined server something you can overcome.
Follow the 3-2-1 rule for data backup:
Much like asset management for your heavy equipment IT, IT asset management allows you to optimize your IT investments and reduce business risk. Good asset management means fewer idle machines, longer service life and lower operating costs. You achieve this via proactive maintenance and upgrades, by knowing precisely where your assets are and who has them checked out, and by disposing of assets at their appropriate end-of-life. All of this improves your medium- and long-term capital planning.
The construction industry has always been documentation-focused, and a modern, secure yet accessible cloud collaboration and documentation solution – especially one tied to a BIM (Building Information Modelling) system, can revolutionize the way you work.
Data security is everyone’s job: