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Summer’s end . . . not quite yet

8/31/2015 at 12:48 pm by

Greetings friends. A quick look at the calendar says it’s the “back to” season . . . school, work, raking leaves. But, before you moth ball the shorts and reach for your woollies remember this—the sun hasn’t set on summer yet. That grill on the deck still burns hot for burgers and brats. The shade…

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Project collaboration: Beyond BIM

8/26/2015 at 10:13 am by

In the AEC industry, the concept of collaboration is often associated with Building Information Modeling (BIM). This isn’t surprising. Over the years BIM has increasingly been adopted as an effective collaborative software tool for the design phase. BIM allows owners, architects, engineers, and contractors to work together on creating a virtual building long before shovel…

Is profit slipping through your fingers?

8/20/2015 at 10:36 am by

Having a process to detect and manage profit erosion is critical to your construction business. As a project progresses, the original margin calculated can fluctuate, sometimes considerably. Proactively monitoring your jobs in real time and identifying events causing profit erosion will allow you to take action to preserve your profit margin before it’s too late….

Four fundamental construction contract rules

8/17/2015 at 1:05 pm by

Contracts, preferably in writing, are critical to assure participating parties in a construction project meet their obligations and legal responsibilities. Without a contract, you put your company at risk for disputes and potential legal action. Contracts are also required in order to file a lien or to obtain surety bonding. I’ve worked with many contractors…

Process walk: the first step to more effective employees

8/14/2015 at 2:00 pm by

The latest U.S. employment numbers are in. Not surprising construction employment climbed to its highest level since February 2009. But if you’re like most contractors, you know the employment numbers could have been even higher if more qualified workers were available. So there lies the problem. Some contractors are taking matters into their own hands,…

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Three common hurdles to reaching construction collaboration

8/11/2015 at 11:28 am by

Not many contractors I know will deny the importance of collaboration among the building team, especially on complex projects. Building owners are demanding it more and more. And it doesn’t take much to see how improving project collaboration can lead to tighter timelines, lower costs, and higher quality work. In fact, according to our Sage…

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