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Voting starts for best construction blog

2/1/2017 at 11:51 am by

Each year, Construction Marketing Ideas holds its Best Construction Blog competition. The contest highlights a wide array of blogs, all related to architectural, engineering and construction businesses and practices. This year, we are honored the Sage Construction and Real Estate blog is one of 26 blogs nominated for the competition. And that’s where we need…

The latest on lean construction

1/27/2017 at 4:33 pm by

Lean construction continues to gain traction. The lean movement makes perfect sense given one of the biggest challenges contractors face today is a shortage of labor.  Having your team work harder is no longer an option. They’re likely already stretched awfully thin. Getting rid of waste to improve efficiency, however—now that’s a different story. Lean…

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Where’s the construction work in 2017?

1/25/2017 at 4:12 pm by

I recently heard Ken Simonson, chief economist for the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America, discuss the high expectations many construction firms have for this coming year. The industry, in general, is optimistic about demand for construction services in almost every market category, from hospitals and retail to highway and public building, he explained. Simonson…

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Contractor growing pains evident in construction software buying report

1/20/2017 at 12:10 pm by

It’s inevitable. As the demand for construction continues and contractors’ pipelines grow, there’s going to be some pain as current methods and business tools get push beyond their limits. That certainly seems to be what’s happening, according to Software Advice’s “2016 construction industry trends buyer report.” The report is based on a random sample of…

Six security questions you should ask your cloud service provider

1/17/2017 at 3:25 pm by

As Dennis Stejskal mentioned in his recent blog series on four cloud computing trends that will impact the construction industry, the “cloud” is opening up new options for contractors looking to improve productivity and better manage their businesses and projects. Consequently, the use of cloud computing by contractors is increasing. Along with that increased usage,…

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Contractors increase use of IT to achieve business goals, address challenges

1/13/2017 at 2:09 pm by

This year, Sage once again participated with the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America to release the 2017 Construction Hiring and Business Outlook. The annual survey takes a look at the hiring practices, market trends, and information technology usage in today’s construction industry. Nearly 1,300 construction companies, representing a broad range of firms, participated in…

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