Achieving ISO 9001 certification can unlock opportunities when it comes to doing major public sector projects and building client confidence. However, the process of obtaining and retaining said certification can be challenging due to the … about The Digital Edge in Obtaining and Retaining ISO 9001 Certification
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is increasingly being specified by government, institutional and large commercial clients. However, the adoption of BIM lags among the small to medium enterprises that comprise most businesses in the global construction … about Busting Five Common Myths about BIM
Hindsight is useful and foresight is fabulous - but insight is the real superpower when it comes to improving quality, financials and team performance on a construction site.
Defects in construction have almost become accepted as part of business as usual. But, according to industry experts who presented at Procore’s Breaking the Cycle of Defects live panel, this is set to change.
Using less concrete can have multiple benefits in reducing project costs, saving time, improving safety, and shrinking a building’s environmental footprint. Here are seven ways it can be done:
When a construction company needs to introduce new approaches to safety, quality or productivity, the champions who lead from within are an asset. You probably already have them—the key is letting them shine.
Margin erosion is currently one of the major factors generating financial strife among many construction firms, according to risk analysts Equifax. Flaws in communication processes and protocols, particularly when dealing with back charges and variations, … about Top Reasons for Project Margin Erosion and How to Avoid Them
The Australian construction industry is still dealing with the fall-out of dodgy building products, and the onus is on builders and trades to ascertain the products they use are fit for purpose. Here is some … about How to Spot and Avoid Dodgy Building Products
One of the hardest things for many employees is to say, “I don’t know”. In construction, the reluctance to ask for further information or clarification can not only reduce innovation; it can actually be a … about Why A Learning Culture Improves Safety And Quality On The Job Site
Everyone involved in multi-residential and mixed-use construction projects in NSW only has until July 1 to get up to speed on NSW Government construction reforms. The changes to design workflows, professional licensing requirements, and the … about Multi-Res Construction Shakeup in NSW Why Subcontractors Need to Act Now