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How to Manage Your Construction Sites During COVID-19

How to Manage Your Construction Sites During COVID-19

May 21, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has been an unprecedented and volatile event for most businesses. The construction business is no different. Though many construction sites have been under lockdown, few are still operational. Let’s see how you can effectively manage construction sites during this crisis. Tips to Manage Your Construction Site During … Continue reading

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How New Construction Technologies Can Help Mitigate the Labor Shortage

How New Construction Technologies Can Help Mitigate the Labor Shortage

May 19, 2020

Going by the trend over the past five years or so, the problem concerned with construction labor shortage is on the rise, and there is no scope of improvement in the state any time soon as a lesser number of millennials are willing to step into the construction industry. Thus, … Continue reading

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Tips to Make Sure Your Construction Business Survives the COVID- 19 Outbreak

Tips to Make Sure Your Construction Business Survives the COVID- 19 Outbreak

May 18, 2020

Amid the COVID- 19 outbreak worldwide, construction businesses – just like all major industries – have been at the receiving end of a cramping cash crunch right now. The current economic environment and the impending recession are acting as a significant barrier to business survival. While the lockdown is preventing … Continue reading

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5 Tips to Sustain a Remote Work Lifestyle in the Construction Industry

5 Tips to Sustain a Remote Work Lifestyle in the Construction Industry

May 14, 2020

Adjusting to remote work in the construction industry might be difficult. However, with the proper tips for working remotely, your construction team can work efficiently. Here are a few things that will help your team operate seamlessly: Design a Proper Workspace at Home A dedicated workspace at your home should … Continue reading

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Understanding Lean Construction

Understanding Lean Construction

April 30, 2020

What is lean construction? One of the most common types of construction project delays are those stemming from last-minute changes to the building plan.  Oftentimes, the delays are worse when plan changes are introduced after the building schedule is already made, and work has started.  To minimize the amount of … Continue reading

Effective Construction Management Ideas

Effective Construction Management Ideas

April 23, 2020

How to be a more effective construction manager. Construction managers are the people who are tasked with ensuring that a project adheres to building plans and is completed on time and within the given budget.  Because construction managers must contend with the specifics of the building plan, compliance problems, project … Continue reading

How Construction Companies Can Adopt New Technology

How Construction Companies Can Adopt New Technology

April 21, 2020

Steps to take when introducing new technology to your business operations. With the advent of new digital solutions, the construction industry is modernizing at a brisk pace.  Today, the use of digital tools and data-driven processes can give construction firms a competitive advantage.  However, adopting new digital strategies does require … Continue reading

Watch Out for These Common Construction Threats

Watch Out for These Common Construction Threats

April 16, 2020

How you can protect your construction business from common threats. As far as risky industries go, construction is near the top of the list.  If you operate a construction company, then you should be wary of risks as they could affect your reputation and your livelihood.  This is why it’s … Continue reading

How to Avoid Struck-by-Object Injuries

How to Avoid Struck-by-Object Injuries

March 19, 2020

Tips to protect your staff from struck-by-object hazards. According to OSHA, struck-by-object risks are one of the “fatal four” types of hazards.  As the name suggests, struck-by-object injuries occur when an employee is hit by a piece of equipment or some other object that is falling, swinging, or rolling.  In … Continue reading

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

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