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By: Sydney Paschall
December 28th, 2022

ConstructConnect is honored to announce they have been recognized in the top 40 on Comparably’s Best Companies for Women in 2022. This award is the result of a dedicated effort across the organization to create an inclusive and equitable culture with women at the forefront.  

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Construction Bidding | Operating Insights

By: Sydney Paschall
November 9th, 2022

What is a Construction Contract   While talking about construction contracts and their importance may seem like a repetitive topic, it is one of the most important aspects when considering the construction industry and the success of key players. A construction contract is the method by which terms, conditions, and the fine print of a project and agreement are legally bound together. The contract is a solidified deal made between the parties (usually two—the owner and the contractor) involved in the specified project.  

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By: Sydney Paschall
September 9th, 2022

In 2020, the CDC found that the construction industry has the second-highest suicide rate in the country, and construction workers are 3.5 more likely to die by suicide. With the suicide rate in construction ranked as one of the highest by occupation, industry leaders and members must take the necessary steps to educate and support those at risk. In addition to spreading awareness and education around the topic, something more sustainable and lasting must be done to help prevent and reduce suicides in construction. 

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By: Sydney Paschall
September 6th, 2022

There are approximately 133 deaths by suicide per day in the United States. This equates to someone taking their own life every 11 minutes. To better understand the causes and how to combat this issue, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention conducted a survey to discover which industries and occupations were at the most risk for suicides.