Specialty contractors are at the front lines of delivering projects on time and on budget. However, they face unique challenges that frequently stand in the way of maximizing profits and productivity. Among them, the use … about Why Procore is Built for Specialty Contractors
The construction industry fared better than many others during the COVID-19 crisis, largely due to consistent demand and the designation of many trades workers as essential employees. But as we emerge from the pandemic, the … about How Procore is Helping Solve the Construction Labor Shortage
Even when forward-looking construction companies get serious about their investment in construction technology, it will be of limited benefit if field teams aren’t on board. Rolling out technology requires strong buy-in from workers in order … about Best Practices for Achieving Field Team Adoption of Construction Technology
Don't put safety on the back burner. Keeping employees safe on the job and building a culture of safety pays off in the health, wellness, happiness, retention, and attainment of workers.
The scorching heat was unusual for the month of June. Near triple-digit temperatures enveloped the town of Chesterfield, Missouri for several weeks. Iron worker Thomas “Tommy” Barnes, Jr., 55, was doing some work inside a … about Smart Sensors Can Detect Hazards You Can’t
The week prior to OSHA’s National Safety Stand Down is Caddell Construction Safety Week––and as you can expect, it’s extremely thorough. The Procore team got a chance to catch up with a few members of … about A Safety Stand Down with Caddell Construction
As any construction executive or project manager knows all too well, Requests for Information (RFIs) can take up a considerable amount of time and manpower. These requests for contractual obligations, agreements, drawings, or specifications can … about Lower the Cost of Your RFIs