When you don't harness the knowledge gained from construction projects, you miss out on important insights related to project success. But perhaps more damaging, you miss out on insights that you can use to drastically … about 5 Ways to Get Proactive About Lessons Learned at the End of the Project
Here are several suggestions for construction companies, the industry as a whole, and governments to keep the industry viable in the future. Take a look at ten things that construction companies should do if they … about 10 Things Construction Companies Must Do to Succeed
Customer satisfaction is one of the most important aspects of any organization. Customers expect high quality, and nothing less. High quality ensures higher customer satisfaction and a greater chance of continued partnership. If customers aren’t … about How Quality Affects Your Customer Satisfaction
Subcontractors perform most of the work on construction projects. This deep involvement in project building makes them a prime focal point for improving project outcomes. A logical place to start is with project management. Getting … about How to Get Your Subs to Use PM Software
Your DRP is of critical interest when you face litigation or enter arbitration proceedings. For example, it’s not unusual for a judge or jury to assume that if you cannot provide a document that’s been … about Document Retention and the Legal Issues of Electronically Stored Information
Contractors of all kinds are at a disadvantage long before moving the first shovelful of earth just because some contract clauses are stacked against them. Here are four construction contract clauses that pose special challenges … about 4 Construction Contract Clauses Putting You at Risk
Overall, QuickBooks helps construction firms save time and money and ultimately obtain peace of mind, which is essential in light of the particular accounting challenges within their field. These businesses routinely face the realities of … about QuickBooks is a Natural Fit for Construction Project Management
Two terms in construction estimating often get entangled––General Requirements and General Conditions, and many in construction view them as being one in the same. But this is far from the truth.
There are several roadblocks to building effective teams, and in the construction industry, the first is the issue of transparency. But more importantly, when transparency fades, so does trust.
According to Census Bureau statistics from the American Community Survey, women have typically made up about 10% of the construction workforce going back at least as far back as the year 2000. Women from the … about Women in Construction: The Opportunities and Challenges