Your construction equipment is what powers your livelihood. But, these tools don’t exactly last a lifetime. Without proper maintenance, they can become ineffective or even unusable. Since replacement costs can be very expensive, every contractor will benefit from learning how to prolong the lifespan of their tools. Read more
Design build is quickly becoming a construction method of choice for contractors. It is popular today, because it is often easier, more efficient, faster and less expensive than any other process available. Read more
As a general contractor, you need to be aware of your projects’ environmental risk, because you have a responsibility to your employees, the public and the community at large. Once you recognize the environmental impact of your work, you will be able to take the necessary steps to protect yourself from costly claims. Read more
New York City’s plan to revamp its subway stations is about to get off the platform. Last month, the MTA approved a subway construction project that will upgrade everything from lighting to signage. Read more
Construction fraud is an issue that plagues contractors across the country. In fact, three out of four construction companies surveyed by Kroll Global Fraud Report in 2015 reported that they had experienced fraud within the last year.
Whether you realize it or not, fraud has probably impacted your bottom line. From time theft to fake injuries, these workplace issues can be prevented if you learn how to recognize them. Read more