What’s In Your Contract?

A large part of success in construction requires that your teams are inspired by what they’re doing. It involves confidence in your company’s ability to get a project done –learning from your mistakes while you keep moving forward. It’s important to surround yourself with good people. Team members should give Read more…

The Opportunity of Prefab

The greatest opportunity for embracing prefabrication and modular construction will allow you to keep up with or even pass the competition. Prefab is not a modern method of construction. It was in use back in the 1950s. But it feels new because of the number of companies that are beginning Read more…

Building the Future Trades

Some jobs have a barrier to entry, whether it’s doctors, teachers, engineers, or accountants. You need a piece of paper that says you’ve gone through the training and have the experience to do that job. There’s value in having that piece of paper. One field that doesn’t require that piece Read more…

Innovation in Practical Terms

“This is the way we’ve always done it.” If you’re involved in the construction industry, you’ve probably heard this many times. When things are working for a construction company, there isn’t much motivation to change. Competition and survival are two incentives to change mindsets and alter workflows. They just need Read more…