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Post written by : Proforma Construction

What You Need to Know About Infrastructure Project Management

What You Need to Know About Infrastructure Project Management

January 21, 2020

Understanding infrastructure project management in construction. In simple terms, infrastructure project management is the process of supervising infrastructural construction projects.  Infrastructure project management requires careful planning, budgeting, and communication to ensure that there are no building delays or budget overruns.  Curious to learn more about this type of project management?  … Continue reading

Cash Flow Ideas for Construction Firms

Cash Flow Ideas for Construction Firms

January 16, 2020

Make sure you are getting paid for the work you do. Unfortunately, cash flow problems remain one of the most widespread issues for construction companies.  In fact, about one in five companies report that cash flow problems are a frequent issue.  Oftentimes, this leaves companies to dip into their own … Continue reading

What to Know About Construction Project Management

What to Know About Construction Project Management

January 14, 2020

Understanding this essential construction process. In basic terms, construction project management is the process of directing and supervising a construction project from development to completion.  The goal of construction project management is ensuring that the finished product has fully satisfied the client’s demands, including functionality and budget.  Curious to learn … Continue reading

Construction Needs to Stop Treating Software as a Cost

Construction Needs to Stop Treating Software as a Cost

January 9, 2020

Why software is an essential part of your construction business. It’s no secret that the commercial construction sector has been slower to adopt technology than other industries.  As such, many companies continue to view things like software as additional operating costs.  However, this mindset prevents construction companies from seeing the … Continue reading

Suggestions for Mitigating Your Commercial Off-Road Vehicle Risks

Suggestions for Mitigating Your Commercial Off-Road Vehicle Risks

December 26, 2019

Stay safe while using off-road vehicles at work. Recently, the use of ATVs and other off-road vehicles at job sites has increased.  This is especially true at construction sites where workers want a fast way to get from one side of a worksite to the other in a short amount … Continue reading

What You Need to Know About As-Built Drawings

What You Need to Know About As-Built Drawings

December 19, 2019

Understanding as-built drawings and their role in the construction process. Whether you are building a residential home or a massive stadium, virtually all construction projects start out with various sketches and drawings.  One important type of drawing is known as as-built drawings.  But what is an as-built drawing, and why … Continue reading

Essential Questions to Include on Your Construction Punch List

Essential Questions to Include on Your Construction Punch List

December 17, 2019

Here are some of the questions that you should include on your construction punch list. In the world of construction, a punch list is a document that lists all the tasks that need to be completed on a construction project.  This document details the project demands, contract requirements, and code … Continue reading

Construction Technologies for 2020 and the Future

Construction Technologies for 2020 and the Future

December 12, 2019

Technologies that will shape the future of the construction industry. While the construction industry has been traditionally slow to adopt new technologies, there has been a strong push to change this mindset.  Today, there are many new innovations expected to take over the construction sector in the years to come.  … Continue reading

Take These Steps to Prevent Common Construction Delays

Take These Steps to Prevent Common Construction Delays

December 10, 2019

Try out these suggestions to avoid costly construction delays. Those in the construction industry know that project delays are one of the most significant cost drivers of a project.  Whether these delays happen due to poor scheduling, miscommunications, or bad weather, they can end up forcing a project far beyond … Continue reading

How Digitally Mature is Your Construction Company?

How Digitally Mature is Your Construction Company?

December 5, 2019

Is your company making the best use of available digital technologies? Today, most construction companies are looking to improve productivity, reduce project costs, and avoid wasteful reworks.  While there are various ways to tackle these issues, the best is through the adoption of digital technologies that connect construction teams and … Continue reading

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