For all its positives, properly tendering a project requires a major investment of time on the part of commercial real estate owners and their teams. Even simple tender processes require hours of preparation on the part of … about How Long Does the Tendering Process Take for Most Projects?
Here is the story behind the construction RFP and how you can turn it from your weakest point to your strongest.
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These projects hold the promise of sustainable business for contractors and improved resilience for the nation.
You've set a goal for improving consistency that's measurable while addressing exactly what's important to clients. Now, what about all those other customer interactions? By setting goals to eliminate inconsistencies in performance, you also keep … about How to Step up Your Performance and Stand Out
Construction RFP (request for proposal) software should create a single source of truth while allowing integrations to maximize value for your company.
Seventeen years ago, researchers named the factors negatively affecting big infrastructure projects. Since the publication, few lessons have been learned, and the same old issues continue to plague these mega projects.
Before you invest in a construction management solution (or many), take time to reflect on the needs of your business and how different solutions could impact your team’s current workflows.