It’s not easy for superintendents to ask for help managing construction projects when they’re expected to be superhuman. But not asking can lead to disaster. The best approach is to recognize that you need help … about Superintendent’s Guide to Knowing When to Ask for Help
Others’ perspectives teach us, and help us see things differently. If you are managing a busy construction business, or aspiring to, the lessons and experience of other leaders offer plenty to think about. Here are … about The Best Advice Given by Construction Executives
By some accounts, losses from corruption in the global construction industry range from 10% to 30%. This is especially true in infrastructure projects, which overshadow national and global efforts to upgrade infrastructure.
Government construction work is always at the mercy of budgets, politics, and the economy. While federal budget and infrastructure talks are a long way from making any big changes in federal contracting over the near … about 6 Government Contracting Trends for 2017
So you’ve heard all the reasons why you shouldn’t be using spreadsheets as your main computing solution. But how do you break free? Take a look at these 6 strategies that will help you dump … about The 6 Steps You Need To Take to Dump Your Spreadsheet Dependence
There are portions of the technology sector that are still not understanding that construction needs agile technology. A recent forecast put the growth of the global construction estimating software market at a little over 10% … about The Future of Construction Lies in Agile Technology
Technology has been slow in solving the growing problem of data segregation. In some cases, technology has made the problem worse.
There’s much talk about public private partnerships, or P3s, for funding a $1 trillion infrastructure spend. It’s highly unlikely the federal government will foot the bill by itself. States are also increasingly tapping P3s for … about P3s and Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure
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