Although the pandemic has taken a toll on the face-to-face interaction that we're accustomed to in the industry, many notable construction trade shows will still be taking place this year. While it's likely that most … about The 15 Construction Trade Shows in 2021 to Mark on Your Calendar
Like type-cast actors who always end up playing the same roles, contractors get caught in circles doing the same old projects over and over again. Often they got into these project types to get their … about 6 Strategies to Get You from Mediocre to Dream Projects
Specialty contractors absorb a lot of risk on construction projects. Rapidly-changing schedules, incomplete specifications, and change orders regularly leave subs scrambling to realign crews and mitigate workspace limitations. Consider these tactics to boost specialty contractor … about Managing Specialty Contractor Crews for Optimal Performance
Few companies in Canada have a history as long as Smith Brothers & Wilson. SBW began “Building the West” way back in 1897 and has since delved into nearly every type of construction project there … about Resiliency and Diversification Make for a Long History and a Hopeful Future
Most companies would describe themselves as operating a little differently than their peers. For Gardner Builders, that mindset is at the forefront of everything it does, from the mutually beneficial partnerships it forms with the … about How People-First Gardner Builders Makes Employees Feel Valued
Contractor differentiation is becoming increasingly important for long-term survival in construction markets that are flush with competition. The difference in getting the work, or being invited to bid, often hinges on a contractor's ability to … about 4 Ways to Make Your Company Standout from the Competition
Procore Technologies recently spoke to some leading trade professionals and asked them what advice would they give to someone who's considering a career in the trades.
We take a look at some of America's historic buildings and monuments and the tradespeople who helped build them.
Timothy Lewis, senior project manager at Harper General Contractors, noticed a surprising trend in his Procore data stream in late spring. Employees and partners were greatly increasing their Procore utilization.
There’s no sure way to know a contractor won’t stiff you; after all, construction projects have a lot of risk and when things go south the subcontractors stand at the end of the receiving line. … about Subcontractors: Find Your Dream GC