JOBSITE recently spoke with Willy Pegues, McCownGordon's Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, to discuss his plans and what it takes to build a long-lasting DE&I plan to raise all boats, from the underserved … about Building Bridges Through Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at McCownGordon
Employees who feel a sense of belonging in the workplace are statistically more likely to become a competitive advantage for your company. It’s in our DNA. Human beings are genetically wired to belong and feel … about Being a Better Ally
As a specialty contractor Advanced Cable Solutions, Inc. (ACS) was beginning to stretch the capacity of its internal processes. “We needed a solution that would grow right alongside the company,” recalled Richard Bernot, Operations Coordinator … about How One Specialty Contractor Created a Tech Adoption Strategy That Works
McCownGordon Construction and Procore go back a long way. Headquartered in Kansas City, MO, the company started using Procore in 2012 and even worked with the construction management software firm to build its financial integration … about How McCownGordon is Using Technology to Improve Customer Experience
You've already done the hard work by landing the client. This customer could easily become a repeat customer or someone who refers others, so don't let your gains fall aside as the project unfolds. Try … about Keep Your Customers Happy Through All Your Project’s Construction Phases
Productivity is a much-discussed topic in construction, and we often think of it as referring to ‘other’ people and not ourselves. But, are we really as productive as we think?
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
Procore's continued development and enhancements to its core platform signal a continued focus on being the best platform for everyone in the construction industry.
As construction struggles to fill its workforce amid a labor shortage, leaders in the industry have turned their attention to attracting largely untapped segments of the population. Numbers show that it’s working: Women and BIPOC … about Important Next Steps for Helping Keep Women and People of Color in Construction
The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED certification program, developed by the US Green Building Council (USGBC) in 1993, is a rating system for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of environmentally responsible … about 10 Iconic LEED-Certified Buildings From Around the World