As an owner of a construction project portfolio, you’re well aware that data is the fuel that powers and illuminates your project’s entire lifecycle. Data gives you that deep visibility that can spotlight any hidden … about Owners Use Procore to Centralize All Projects’ Data in One Place
When it comes to large-scale turnarounds, precision counts, and any unexpected delays due to lackluster execution can be costly. When a business shuts down key parts of its operation to revamp processes and improve functionality, … about Managing Your Turnarounds With Procore
It’s common knowledge the change order process is difficult and time-consuming. When asking my dad, a project manager and estimator at Sierra Pacific Constructors, about change orders, he winces and immediately responds, “Change Orders’ is … about Successfully Negotiate Your Next Change Order
To the owner immersed in an endless cycle of capital improvements—what worked when you were running 10 projects in 2019 will start to fracture when you’re running 40 projects in 2022. Best to get ahead … about Your Capital Improvement Projects Need to be Standardized in a Single Platform
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
In 2021, scrutiny on taxpayer dollars will be tighter than ever. We can thank the productivity cataclysm of 2020 for that. Oversight boards, elected officials, and community residents alike will rightfully insist on knowing that … about Your Capital Improvement Program Can Be a Better Steward of Public Funds – Here’s How
As the construction industry adapts to a new age of digitization and data reporting, the savviest businesses are unearthing ways to pave over every financial sinkhole. Archaic processes rife with administrative hair-pulling and the familiar … about Why Project Handover Matters to Owners
General and specialty contractors can contribute and make themselves indispensable to construction project owners by being forthright and crystal clear about issues that threaten budgets and scheduling.
Risk has accompanied every venture ever undertaken. Ask any capital project owner. A successful capital project is tomorrow made flesh—a built dream taking shape through informed risk aversion and plain boldness. But unless the project … about Reduce Risk Through Early Owner Involvement in the Capital Project Lifecycle
“What are we doing with the building to make it more than just a building?” The question comes from NRP co-founder David Heller. It’s a familiar one to Ken Weinberg, NRP’s Vice President of Construction.