For contractors perhaps more than most professionals, being under the gun is pretty much standard operating procedure. Between juggling multiple clients’ deadlines, crews and equipment, staying on schedule is tough even under the best of … about What you Need to Know about Liquidated Damages in Construction
Getting your project started off right and seeing it through to completion depends on a huge number of correct decisions as well as following best practices. However, the most critical decisions are those you make … about Owners – How to Build A Better Project From the Start
Workplace safety is a front-of-mind concern for any responsible construction company. Strict adherence and compliance with safety training regulations not only keeps workers safe, but prevents the company from facing heavy fines or jobsite slowdowns … about myComply: A Fast Track to Jobsite Safety
Last fall, California passed AB 1701 passed and went into effect this year as California Labor Code Section 218.7. The law puts more responsibility on a project's general contractor for wages and benefits owed to … about Could California’s New Wages and Benefits Law Impact Your Business?
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If you want to get really good at building, you can’t go wrong by considering the end user. For many construction firms that are involved with building design decisions, keeping this top of mind is … about Did You Build for You or the End User?
Perhaps you are skillful at negotiating construction contracts, but why settle for that? Why not take your negotiating skills to the “artful” level? When you master the art of construction contract negotiation, you move beyond … about The Art of Construction Contract Negotiation for General Contractors
As a general contractor for a construction firm that does business between $50 million and $250 million, you know how tough it can be to succeed in a competitive field. While there are many firms … about Survival Guide for General Contractors at Medium-Sized Firms
The construction market's resurgence is good news for firms of all sizes. Spending on construction is at its highest level since 2008, according to the Commerce Department, and the industry's acceleration spans into residential and … about Survival Guide for General Contractors at Small Firms
As the point person for a client, the main wranglers of subcontractors and the supervisor for a project, general contractors at large construction firms have considerable responsibilities that impact the full range of operations at … about Survival Guide for General Contractors at Large Construction Firms