It’s not that unusual to get rough estimate requests for construction work. While it happens a lot in residential work, many businesses also explore costs as they consider projects. Contractors can spin their wheels on … about How to Give a Rough Estimate that Wins You New Business
You signed the contract, but now, a few months into the work, you find yourself buying into the project with your own money. While it might be too late for this project, here are some … about How To Stop Buying Into Projects With Your Own Money
Construction companies work with thin margins on the best of days, and the post-pandemic challenges of the industry have many businesses scrambling to revamp processes and do more with less to protect their bottom line … about Identifying and Eliminating Profit Fade
One of Procore’s key value propositions is that it’s constantly evolving and changing to meet new needs and serve new purposes as they arise. Procore’s acquisition of Honest Buildings in 2019 signaled the start of … about Procore Empowers Owners and Sets Them Up For Success
Your construction resume is all that stands between you and your ideal job—you’ll never even get to meet the hiring manager if your resume doesn’t get you in the door.
Schedule compression often leads to mistakes, quality problems, and rework. That’s not to say you can’t accelerate a construction project schedule, but you must account for all the variables that can make your best efforts … about Schedule Compression Tactics to Refine Schedules Already Underway
When it comes to construction projects, quality is king. A recent Procore poll found that production teams spend close to 30 hours a week on quality assurance, a figure that rises to as much as … about How Digital Transformation in Construction is Driving Quality Assurance
Despite the many benefits associated with gender diversity, women remain underrepresented in the civil engineering construction industry. Perks of a more diverse workforce have been proven in a study done by Professor Qingbin Cui and … about How Social Media Can Promote Career Growth for Women in Construction
Most construction projects are made up of a number of smaller, separate projects, each requiring tradespeople with varying expertise to complete. For instance, in a typical project, the carpentry, plumbing, and electrical work are usually … about What’s the Difference Between a Subcontractor and an Independent Contractor?
If you’re relying on money as a motivator, you’re likely only getting short-term benefits. Researchers discovered that how much money a person makes has only a modest relationship to their job or income satisfaction.