April 23 Demo Day for Mechanical. Join us!

Resources / Webinars / How Nibbi Brothers General Contractors Unlocks Efficiency with OpenSpace

How Nibbi Brothers General Contractors Unlocks Efficiency with OpenSpace

In this on-demand webinar, we feature Luis Vindel, an Assistant Project Manager at Nibbi Brothers General Contractors in San Francisco. His company required a documentation solution to help mitigate risk and turned to OpenSpace.

Nibbi Brothers General Contractors was founded in 1950 as a small carpentry business and constructs technically complex, iconic structures in the San Francisco Bay Area. The company has an annual construction volume of $420 million and focuses on residential and commercial projects, with an emphasis on affordable housing.

Watch this brief video to learn how Nibbi Brothers implemented OpenSpace company-wide and is using OpenSpace on a $90-million, 24-month project affordable housing project in San Francisco. You’ll discover how the general contractor has benefited from improved documentation and achieved significant operational efficiencies, such as lower operating costs, better dispute resolution, more effective project meetings, reduced travel, improved quality control, and more reliable verification of completed work.

Learn more about the products and technologies featured in this presentation:

Loading form...

About the Speaker

Luis Vindel headshot

Luis Vindel

Assistant Project Manager, Nibbi Brothers General Contractors

Luis Vindel is Assistant Project Manager at Nibbi Brothers General Contractors and is passionate about the construction industry. He has experience in field operations of commercial and residential projects and has worked under general contractors and also as a self-perform subcontractor in San Francisco, CA. Luis has been leading the implementation of OpenSpace at Nibbi Brothers General Contractors since February 2022 and has valuable tips and tricks to share with other OpenSpace customers on ways to reduce costs and increase productivity at jobsites. Luis was a speaker on the OpenSpace Waypoint City Tour in 2022, held in San Francisco.
Linkedin Icon