A long period of rebuilding is ahead for the hurricane-ravaged Southeast, including hardest hit areas of Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, and South Carolina. Hurricanes Michael and Florence devastated the states with winds up to 155 … about What to Know about Post-Disaster Contracting
It might not be the first thing you think about, but insurance and public liability should be the primary consideration for anyone working on a jobsite. Without such protections, individuals could be personally liable for … about The One Thing You Need to Do Before You Walk on Any Jobsite
In the world of construction, liens are as commonplace as hammers. But in a perfect world, it doesn’t have to be that way. An increasing amount of top-end parties are taking a different tact before … about Why You Don’t Have to Wait to Get Paid
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
Over the past several years, the construction industry has been positively booming with new technology. Traditionally, construction has been one of the least digitized industries, so there was plenty of room to grow.
As if working in construction doesn’t come with a host of health and safety hazards, tools commonly used by construction laborers, trade personnel, and other manual workers have been found to create a constellation of … about Not-So-Good Vibrations: Is Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS) In Your Future?
Workers in the construction industry develop certain types of cancer at higher rates than the general population. While the word “cancer” creates a visceral response of fear in anyone who hears it, there are ways … about Causes and Prevention of Cancer in the Construction Industry
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In December 2008, the subprime crisis of the U.S. economy caused the construction sector to shrink at its fastest pace in recorded history. Credit markets froze causing subcontractors to go under, cost overruns spiked due … about How to Assess Risks for Project Managers
You're not at your best when you're stressed. Your heart pounds, your breathing quickens and your forehead sweats. In fact, your body has evolved and perfected itself over millennia to do so. Your brain releases … about Make Good Time: How to Create a Proactive Project Schedule