Hiring a subcontractor is a crucial decision that can impact your project’s success. Since these workers will represent your company, it’s important for your construction management staff to fully vet them. Read more
As a general contractor, it can be tricky to figure out exactly how much your services are worth. Go too high and you may lose business. Go too low and you may cut into your bottom line. If you are having trouble finding a happy medium, try these quick pricing tips. Read more
More than six million construction workers labor at roughly 250,000 American construction sites every day. There, accidents are frequently caused by simple things like code violations.
Injuries at a job site can occur in many ways, including falls and slips. In response, construction companies follow applicable codes to protect public health, work zone safety and general welfare. Read more
With heavy machinery to operate and heights to navigate, a cloudy mind is a recipe for disaster. Unfortunately, construction workers still abuse alcohol and drugs in high numbers. In response, construction companies have been using drug screening as a way to reduce injuries and cut insurance costs. Read more