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Operating Insights | COVID-19

By: Holly Welles
June 17th, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has rocked many industries to their very core. Lockdowns, quarantine, social distancing, and other health-protecting procedures keep the virus from spreading, but they also create numerous challenges for businesses trying to navigate this new normal. What contract issues are construction industries facing, and how can they make their way over this hurdle?

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Construction Safety | COVID-19

By: Holly Welles
May 20th, 2020

Businesses across the country and around the globe must close their doors to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Anything not considered essential is closed, and that includes many construction sites and projects.

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Operating Insights | COVID-19

By: Holly Welles
May 12th, 2020

  For any sector that isn't considered essential right now, work is hard to come by. The construction industry has been a mixed bag across states and localities, with some projects continuing and others on pause. While work may be scarce, many supervisors and business owners are looking for ways to keep their teams active and engaged. They're also trying to find methods to keep their employees working when everyone is supposed to be staying home and maintaining six feet of distance in public. 

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Operating Insights

By: Holly Welles
April 16th, 2020

Most construction companies want to deliver the best possible results for their clients while expending the least possible resources. Yet, the construction industry has traditionally been littered with waste and inefficiencies. Today, some of the most successful companies use lean construction philosophy to guide their operations. Companies that do regularly impress clients, maintain high morale and create high-quality structures.

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Construction Technology

By: Holly Welles
March 19th, 2020

People are excited about autonomous cars and wonder if they'll forever change passenger transportation. However, the promise of autonomous machines is also making waves in the construction sector. How might it facilitate improvements in this industry soon?

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Operating Insights

By: Holly Welles
February 26th, 2020

Anyone who works in the construction industry knows that anything can go wrong at a moment's notice. Weather and injuries can delay a project, material shortages may increase prices and lack of communication can completely derail plans. When these things happen, the cost of construction rises. Issues do not bode well for the industry, which runs on a tight schedule and maintains a strict budget to make a profit.