If you are on the project management team, you know the buck ultimately stops with you. But, if you are like many contractors, you might not have a plan in place to ensure everything is completed on-time and within project scope.
As a construction manager, you could be making several crucial work mistakes and not even realize it. If you can learn to recognize and address certain issues, like a lack of planning, it could directly impact your job performance. Read more
A new study reveals that team collaboration may play a significant role in reducing construction risk. A Dodge Data and Analytics Smart Market report says tangible project benefits, such as reduced construction cost, improved project schedule and greater safety can result from using specific risk reduction practices, including:
- Holding regular meetings with the full project team
- Brainstorming in groups
- Developing a risk management plan
General contractors are always searching for ways to cut costs and increase productivity. However, many dismiss buying construction materials in bulk because of upfront expenses or storage issues. Although these reasons can restrict some companies, wholesale materials offers many big benefits. Read more