It’s not that unusual to get rough estimate requests for construction work. While it happens a lot in residential work, many businesses also explore costs as they consider projects. Contractors can spin their wheels on … about How to Give a Rough Estimate that Wins You New Business
There's no substitute for quality, style, comfort and convenience in pleasing demanding residential customers. But, how do you select from the vast array of products available to meet those demands? Consider these trends.
Specialty contractors absorb a lot of risk on construction projects. Rapidly-changing schedules, incomplete specifications, and change orders regularly leave subs scrambling to realign crews and mitigate workspace limitations. Consider these tactics to boost specialty contractor … about Managing Specialty Contractor Crews for Optimal Performance
Project challenges usually come with no prior warning. When the lead electrician came to me and said that someone was walking on the building roof in the rain with no safety gear, and no installed … about Top Construction Project Challenges You Need to Face Head On
Tracking productivity on construction projects is a game changer. However, getting it right is not instantaneous. Sadly, many contractors do not realize how much low productivity costs them.
Natural disasters leave injury and property damage in their wake. Having experienced something so thoroughly devastating first hand changes a person, and it sometimes leads to a stronger desire to lend others a helping hand. … about South Texas Roofing Company Jumps to Aid of Hurricane Victims
Potential new clients pose the toughest new business inquiries. Besides learning more about them, you definitely need to find out exactly what type of project they have in mind. So start with these two qualifiers.
Most contractors would like to improve worker productivity but often don’t have a clue how to get started. Tend to the basics first. Tracking time and attendance is the foundation for any productivity improvement effort.
A recent survey found only one in five surveyed construction firms met the criteria of being ready for the future, according to KPMG’s Future Ready Index. The defining characteristic that makes them ready? Innovation.
Contractor differentiation is becoming increasingly important for long-term survival in construction markets that are flush with competition. The difference in getting the work, or being invited to bid, often hinges on a contractor's ability to … about 4 Ways to Make Your Company Standout from the Competition