Global construction industry trends in 2022 include a generally favorable economic outlook along with some challenges that are expected to continue.
If you are already managing construction projects or looking to break into the field, the skills on your resume tell whether you are ready for the job. Obviously, the good skills to put on a … about Top Nine Construction Manager Skills to Include in Your Resume
RFIs are simply requests for information, yet, there’s nothing simple about them if they’re not handled properly. There are easy ways to successfully manage the RFI process and we’ll tell you how to do just … about The Anatomy of a Request for Information (RFI)
Negotiations for schedule adjustments are some of the most demanding negotiations in any construction project. After all, participants have already made their plans, assigned resources, and spent money getting ready to perform their roles at … about Key Negotiating Tactics to Save the Construction Schedule
Catch up on the biggest news going on in construction this week. From key trends predicted to impact construction labor in 2022 to the $11 billion project that's dividing Europe, we've got you covered on … about Construction’s Workforce Outlook in 2022, and Which Covid-19 Practices will Builders Keep?
The more than $1 trillion infrastructure bill recently signed by President Biden is one of the most ambitious and largest upgrades of U.S. roads, highways and other transportation infrastructure in a generation.
Rework consumes a significant share of program time and budget on Australian construction projects – but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Any contractor would love to have regular, easy-to-work-with, repeat clients. Those relationships usually develop over time as people build trust. Yet, in order to get started, contractors must usually go the extra mile. That extra … about Five Construction Contractor Traits That Will Keep Your Clients Coming Back
Let's take a look at these six types of subbies, what they do, and their average take-home pay.
It's not rocket science, but construction project planning and scheduling does require specialized skills and knowledge. Using proven strategies and tactics that reduce risks and make your plans more comprehensive also helps plenty.