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
If you are new to supervising construction, and you really want to get an idea of what’s required to excel at construction management, you should talk to a superintendent. If there is one person who … about The Best Advice Ever Given by a Superintendent
We take a look at some of America's historic buildings and monuments and the tradespeople who helped build them.
Timothy Lewis, senior project manager at Harper General Contractors, noticed a surprising trend in his Procore data stream in late spring. Employees and partners were greatly increasing their Procore utilization.
Whether it’s value for employees, value for clients, or value for partners, any fresh idea or innovative concept is only as good as the value it delivers. Here are four business aspects with special meaning … about 4 Key Ways to Innovate and Add Value to Your Construction Business
Preconstruction meetings come in many formats because every party to a construction project uses them, both individually and collectively. However, a project without a preconstruction meeting is a project poised to have difficulties.
Most small specialty contractors have ‘bootstrapped’ themselves up in the industry, often learning their trade on the job before branching out on their own. That means they often tackle their own marketing programs. Consider these … about Top Marketing Strategies for Specialty Contractors