ToolWatch

Awards

Awards

ToolWatch is proud to have been honored for its achievements over the past two decades

We’re proud of the fact that our company has been recognized many times through the years for its achievements in providing top-quality products and services for managing tools, equipment, materials, and consumables more effectively and affordably. These awards reflect our commitment to innovation and continuous improvement.

We’re honored to have received these accolades from leading publications and industry experts, but it’s certainly not our goal. What drives us is the satisfaction we get when new customers entrust a critical aspect of their business to us and long-time clients continue to collaborate with us on making ToolWatch even better.

Hot Product Award, Construction Executive Magazine (2013)

For the third year in a row, ToolWatch is recognized as a 2013 Hot Product by Construction Executive Magazine. ToolWatch and its cloud-based asset management software, Enterprise, are honored as an innovative company and technology that is changing the industry by helping contractors streamline operations, reduce risk and inefficiencies, and contribute to construction’s bottom line. Read more…

Constructech 50 Award, Constructech Magazine (2012)

The Constructech 50 is a listing of the most influential construction-technology providers with a strong and ongoing market presence. Constructech selects recipients based on how its product/service aids the construction industry, ongoing customer satisfaction and growth, and outreach and educational efforts for the construction industry.

Hot Product Award, Construction Executive Magazine (2012)

ToolWatch is recognized as a 2012 Hot Product by Construction Executive Magazine. This honor is reserved for innovative companies and technologies that are changing the industry and helping contractors streamline operations, reduce risk and inefficiencies, and contribute to construction’s bottom line.

ToolWatch’s Approach to Maximizing Use of Tools, Equipment, and Materials

2011 Hot Products, Construction Executive (2010) Construction Executive’s recognizes ToolWatch as a 2011 Hot Product. This honor is reserved for technologies that help contractors to streamline operations, reduce risk and inefficiencies and contribute to construction’s bottom line. Read more…

Constructech Top Products awards Enterprise 2.0 Job Cost and Billing Module as a 2010 winner

ToolWatch Enterprise 2.0 Job Cost and Billing Module, the construction industry’s first tool tracking system provider, was given a Commercial Top Product award in the Constructech third annual competition for technology providers serving the construction industry. Winning products have a high rate of functionality, increase efficiency, and are competitively priced. ToolWatch is the construction industry’s first tool tracking system provider.

Vision Award, Constructech Magazine (2006)

The Constructech Vision Awards honor companies that have realized the advantages of applying modern technologies to their everyday businesses. Constructech awarded SelectBuild (formerly known as BMC Construction), a subsidiary of BMHC, the Constructech Vision Award for how the company is using technology in an innovative way to solve key business challenges. This marks the third year ToolWatch has won a Vision Award, and the fourth time overall the company and its clients have received the honor.

Two Vision Awards, Constructech Magazine (2006)

The Constructech Vision Awards honor companies that have realized the advantages of applying modern technologies to their everyday businesses. Constructech awarded Yates Construction and Kaikor Construction Associates, Inc., Constructech Vision Awards for how each company is using technology in an innovative way to solve key business challenges.

Technology’s Hottest Companies (2004)

Constructech magazine named ToolWatch as one of “Technology’s Hottest Companies” for 2004. This honor is awarded annually to technology providers who have developed innovative applications or products for the construction industry.