Technology is a reality of the world we live in, and we’ve made the decision to work with it rather than against it. We’re not ones to move slowly—we dove in head-first and invested in the latest iron, GPS, and software. We need technology on our job sites if we want to be the future of construction.
When RAWSO Constructors President Dylan Stephens built his own construction company from the ground up, he knew he wanted technology to be at the forefront of his business.
Stephens started RAWSO with a pickup and a skid steer, laying driveways and working other small projects, and grew his company to nearly 50 employees and 20-25 pieces of equipment over the past six years.