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Archive October 2016

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What you don’t expect to find on the job could scare you

10/31/2016 at 12:27 pm

During the course of construction, workers can run into just about anything – including the bazaar and downright scary. So it seemed fitting on this All Hallows’ Eve to check out some of the strangest encounters and discoveries on the job site: Not so itsy bitsy spiders No, I’m not talking about the plastic versions…


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Software as a Service comes of age in construction

10/28/2016 at 11:53 am

Before mobile devices and apps became popular tools on job sites, project managers and superintendents in the field had no other choice but drive to or call into the office when they needed certain information. FAX machines were still used to send paper documents such as time sheets, RFIs, and invoices. Job binders onsite were…


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How to scale your construction business for good times, and bad

10/25/2016 at 11:35 am

In an up construction market like today, you’re pretty much guaranteed to make money. So usually this is not the time that many contractors are thinking about how they would scale back their businesses. But if there’s one thing you can go to the bank with in construction, it’s the industry’s continual cycle of growth…


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Annual planning: Charting the course for your business

10/21/2016 at 11:52 am

This time of year our thoughts turn to falling leaves, warm sweaters, end-of-year rituals—and, yes, annual business planning.  It seems appropriate that as the year winds down in preparation for new beginnings, we also reflect on our business strengths and weaknesses, financial situation, and how we want to move our companies forward. There’s been a…


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Five lien release tips to preserve your rights

10/19/2016 at 12:16 pm

A contractor came to me at the end of a project wanting to pursue about a million dollars of delay claims. Unfortunately, he had no case. During the job he had forfeited his rights by signing lien releases that were quite sweeping in nature. Essentially, each month he had exchanged a broad release for payment…


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Never tried a construction accounting system? Take one for a spin

10/13/2016 at 12:55 pm

There comes a time in every construction company’s lifetime when it’s generic accounting system just doesn’t cut it any longer.  It often happens as a contractor’s business begins to grow and take on more projects. Information and accounting software capabilities that once seemed adequate, suddenly feel like a too tight sweater restricting the company’s every…


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