Australia’s CRC for Construction Innovation in its 2008 research paper, Causal Modelling of Construction Disputes, highlighted the findings of a 2006 study that found cost and schedule are the “two most significant contributing factors to … about The Most Common Causes of Construction Disputes – And How to Deal With Them
With the constant barrage of new sales and marketing strategies, it's easy to lose sight of tried and true methods. Here are five that can still help you win more business. Using technology to advertise … about Top 5 Ways to Help You Win More Tenders
Owners want to occupy and use their properties as soon as possible even though every little detail might not be completed. Agreeing to substantial completion lets them do just that. A certificate of substantial completion … about Substantial Completion: What Is It and Why Is it Important?
Time and materials (T&M) contracts are used in construction when the project’s scope isn’t predetermined, making it difficult to agree on a fixed price and timeline for the contract. Instead, time and materials contracts allow … about Time and Materials Contracts in Construction: Three Useful Tips and Templates
Listen in to this free webinar with Carey Larsen, Social Marketing Manager at Procore, Bob Gardner, CEO of Gardner Builders, and Jessica Stoe, Brand and Marketing Director at Gardner Builders, as they cover the importance … about Building a Successful Social Media Program for Your Construction Business
A time and materials contract for construction work is a tool for handling unusual or time-sensitive work. Unless handled properly, though, these contracts burn both contractors and owners.
Construction career paths vary from employer to employer. Some maintain detailed career advancement and training programs while others simply promote from whoever is available when a position opens up. That’s why, to a large degree, … about 5 Top Tips For Building A Successful Construction Career
When companies go out to buy other businesses this year, they'll be looking to acquire new technology, expand, or diversify their product offerings. Here are four effective tactics to successfully prepare your business to sell.
To hedge against current business threats, construction companies should look to technological solutions to shore up profitability and remain competitive in the face of such challenges.
It doesn’t take long for a small, reputable contractor to reach the point where they have to decide whether to continue growing the business, or not. If opting for growth, here are four strategic areas … about Ready, Set, Grow: Four Key Elements For Construction Business Growth