There was a time when spreadsheets were the workhorses for many business processes. Before special purpose apps and cloud-based project management software, spreadsheets were easier and more accurate than paper ledgers and calculators, so people … about Five Outdated Excuses for Using Spreadsheets
Can a healthy company culture drive better business outcomes? Absolutely. Every company has a culture, whether it’s intentionally or accidentally created. Companies can leverage culture to their advantage, but few actually do so. When you … about Community Conversations: How Culture Drives Business
Building is challenging at the best of times, so how do you follow an early start to a devastating fire season and the country’s hottest and driest years on record? Find out here.
Internships are meant to give rising talent practical experience in the field they hope to work in one day. Mark Kravatz, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Greater Providence (HabitatPVD), has found a way … about Habitat for Humanity is Building Homes and Futures One Intern at a Time
Cape Breton Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia, and its population of roughly 95,000, is looking at a mini construction boom, with five major publicly funded projects worth about $1 billion on the books.
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With data and real-time connectivity fast becoming one of the most valuable assets a business has, the demand for digital infrastructure and data center construction is booming.
Earlier this year, dignitaries held a sod-turning event to mark the beginning of construction for a massive new $70.5-million Agri-food Hub and Trade Centre at Exhibition Park that is currently under construction in southeast Lethbridge, … about Redevelopment a Catalyst for Economic Growth in Lethbridge, Alberta
The construction industry fared better than many others during the COVID-19 crisis, largely due to consistent demand and the designation of many trades workers as essential employees. But as we emerge from the pandemic, the … about How Procore is Helping Solve the Construction Labor Shortage
Building projects of the future will require the construction industry to embrace the latest digital tools and technology. Still, a new national survey indicates that many firms across Canada still have a way to go.