Predictions about what tomorrow will bring are never a sure thing—but having a strong reputation for getting projects done on time and on budget is a pretty sure bet when it comes to running—and… Read Moreabout Reputation?
Running a profitable construction company requires knowing what’s actually happening on every jobsite, every day. This critical intel helps owners get a jump on issues that will impact success—and profits—if left unchecked. Pros observe… Read Moreabout Informed Decisions: Jobsite Data
Contractor? Are you being scammed? Experts say there’s a good chance you might be, given that middle market companies are averaging about $300,000 of losses annually due to incremental invoicing scams. In other words,… Read Moreabout Invoice Scam?
Who is going to tackle the work of rebuilding in Florida after Hurricane Ian? That’s a question on a lot of minds—and not just in Florida. As storms of every kind continue to surprise… Read Moreabout Stormy Weather
We can make predictions about inflation, slow downs and recession all we want, but at the end of every day, week and month, things still have to get built, right? Whether it’s time to… Read Moreabout Things Still Have To Get Built
Though times are challenging in many ways, public agencies at the local, state and federal levels are making funds available for important builds big and small. Of course there are regulatory challenges involved in… Read Moreabout Go Time?
Most contracting companies employ about 20 workers—maybe even fewer. Among the challenges all owners must ultimately figure out is the question of what to do with the company when it’s time to retire. Experts… Read Moreabout Contractor Business? Succession Plan!
As competition for labor and materials remains intense throughout the construction industry, completing projects on time and on budget requires ever more creativity. Industry pros provide suggestions about how to re-think “business as usual.”… Read Moreabout On Time and On Budget?