Terane is Going Free for Everyone

Today, the team at Terane is happy to announce that Terane is now free for everyone. Yes, you read that right, Terane is now free for everyone.   After talking to a multitude of current and potential users, we recognized right away that this was necessary to implement in order to make the Terane app … Read More

Terane Loved ICUEE 2019!

          Team Terane had the wonderful opportunity to attend ICUEE 2019 in Louisville. Read more below about what we learned!    Team Terane had an incredible time at ICUEE 2019 and we can’t thank Velocity Accelerator and Fund supporter, Altec for sponsoring us to go. We each went home with enough … Read More

An Interview with Bobby Durham of ACFW: #PoweredByTeraneSeries

Bobby Durham is a 2nd generation concrete walls and foundations builder. He has been proudly serving the greater Birmingham community for over 25 years and is a proud member of the National Association of Homebuilders and the American Concrete Institute. Bobby is a proud co-founder and user of Terane and we decided to ask him … Read More

Builders and Brews #2: You’re Invited!

Builders and Brews #2   One of our missions at Terane, is to consistently promote and support the construction communities in which our company serves our users. Apart of that support, we feel is making sure that we get each communities construction pro’s together in order to share new ideas and give them the opportunity … Read More

Reflecting on One Year at Terane

One Year at Terane. On this day exactly one year ago, I started at what Terane was formerly known as, Dirtbook. I was first introduced to Colt through an intro from Michael Eady of Knight Eady Sports and a couple of weeks later we met for the first time for lunch at Taco Mama in Homewood. … Read More

Addressing the Skilled Labor Shortage in Construction

Throughout my time in high school, college was the only post-graduation option taught to me and my classmates. While college is a fantastic investment in your future and your overall professional development, it, of course, is very expensive and the cost of many colleges in the United States continues to rise. Trades and skilled labor … Read More