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Construction Risk Management in 4 Simple Steps

Without an understanding of potential risks in a construction project, you can face serious problems. Fortunately, managing and mitigating risk is becoming increasingly easier for project managers, with a more accessible pool of resources and tools available than ever before.

How Construction Companies in Canada Can Reduce Operating Costs

You have to spend money to make money. But construction companies are often burdened with massive operating costs that undermine the value of the project—and make it harder to compete.

Why You Should Engage General Contractors in the Design Phase

With the construction industry rapidly progressing towards better resiliency, energy efficiency, and sustainability, clients are increasingly expecting projects to meet those higher standards.

5 Tips to Avoid Costly Rework on Construction Projects

Tips to avoid costly rework on construction projects

For project managers and construction managers, rework is a huge menace to productivity and profitability. It can be more than just frustrating to suffer through construction rework. In some circumstances, it can completely derail and devastate a project’s schedule and budget.

How Construction Owners Can Mitigate the Effects of COVID-19

How construction owners can mitigate the impacts of COVID-19

We’re seeing the nationwide closures of non-essential businesses change the way we live—and it seems like this change in industry and lifestyle will be sticking around for quite a while.

6 Ways Construction Companies Can Endure Through Recession

Silhouette of construction workers on site at sunrise

The unforeseeable has happened. Now, the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are starting to really settle in—and the last time that the construction industry experienced such an extreme economic hit was the Great Recession.