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Guide to Construction Planning and Scheduling

Guide to Construction Planning and Scheduling

March 17, 2020

How you can effectively plan and schedule your next construction project. If you want your next construction project to go smoothly, then it’s imperative that you plan and schedule every step of the process.  When planning and scheduling are effective, your project is more likely to finish on time and … Continue reading

How to Transition to Green Construction

How to Transition to Green Construction

March 12, 2020

How your construction company can go green. Concern for the environment is something that almost every industry needs to be concerned about.  While green construction used to be a specialty service, push from the general public is causing more and more firms to adopt sustainable construction practices.  Ready to make … Continue reading

Understanding Construction Licenses and Permits

Understanding Construction Licenses and Permits

March 5, 2020

What you need to know about construction licenses and permits. Anyone working in the construction industry knows that certain licenses and permits must be obtained before a project can get underway.  While the types of licenses and permits needed will vary depending on the location, type, and scope of a … Continue reading

Answering Common Commercial Construction Questions

Answering Common Commercial Construction Questions

February 20, 2020

Need help with your commercial construction project?  Then these answers can help. If you are looking to undertake a commercial construction project, then you might not know where to start.  Rather than hiring the first commercial contractor you speak to, it’s important to understand a little more about the industry.  … Continue reading

The Importance of Maintaining Good Relationships in the Construction Industry

The Importance of Maintaining Good Relationships in the Construction Industry

February 18, 2020

Why the commercial construction industry is built on strong relationships. While many people think of commercial construction as a very physical, labor-oriented industry, you cannot overlook the importance of building good relationships.  In fact, the best foundation for every commercial construction project is a strong partnership between commercial contractors and … Continue reading

Ask These Questions Ahead of Your Adaptive Reuse Construction Project

Ask These Questions Ahead of Your Adaptive Reuse Construction Project

February 13, 2020

Important questions for your adaptive reuse commercial construction project. Adaptive reuse refers to a type of commercial construction project where an existing property is redesigned to give the structure a new purpose.  Recently, these types of projects have grown in popularity because they often require less time and money and … Continue reading

How to Boost the Profitability of Your Construction Firm This Winter

How to Boost the Profitability of Your Construction Firm This Winter

February 6, 2020

Tips to stay profitable, even when bad winter weather slows you down. In the winter, many construction businesses struggle to turn a profit.  This is because bad weather conditions delay ongoing projects and prevent new ones from starting.  However, there are things that you can do to stay busy and … 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

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