In the world of commercial construction and especially working as a general contractor, networking and building relationships are vital and necessary skills that spur leads and drive revenue. Whether in person at a trade show, online on a project database, or on the jobsite, maintaining positive relationships remains at the heart of running a successful general contracting business.
Bidding time is the season that never ends, and we’d like to help you get more R&R in your schedule. That’s research and results, in case you were wondering. Researching before bidding will lead you toward long-term results of meeting project and profit goals.
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When it comes to generating leads and finding more projects in the commercial construction industry, particularly in the preconstruction phase, there are many different routes one can choose to navigate. From a strategic standpoint, the plan you create and decide to implement entirely depends on your business goals and priorities. It is safe to assume that most priorities lie in the “increase market share, profit, and overall success” category.
Arguably one of the most essential documents to ensure a construction project’s success, a material takeoff (MTO) is a comprehensive list of all materials and their quantities required to complete a project derived from the construction drawings and plans. Also referred to as a construction takeoff, quantity takeoff, or simply a takeoff, is a crucial element in accurately estimating and bidding on a construction job.
ConstructConnect’s Product Team is among the best in the world, according to a new report.
Are you looking to win more construction bids in 2023? Maybe you’re planning to grow and scale your construction business in the new year, or perhaps you’re just looking to be more efficient in your estimating and bidding process to improve your bid-hit ratio.
For building contractors, the requirement to get a contractor bond can seem like yet another expense and an additional obstacle to deal with. However, getting a contractor bond is a license condition in many states, counties, and cities. If you want to get your license so that you can legally operate your business, you might first have to purchase a contractor bond. Beyond the license requirements in many state and local governments, it is important to understand how bonds work, the types of construction bonds you might encounter, and their advantages and disadvantages.
ConstructConnect’s support of the construction industry is largely a service to the boots on the ground, managers, and contractors putting plans into action. Women have a huge part in leading a new generation of construction game changers. While the narrative around who represents the future of construction has seen little to no change for years, there is now a steady uptick of women entering and advancing in the industry.
Artificial intelligence in the construction industry is here. It has emerged as a technology that is poised to transform our industry. As we enter this next frontier of construction technology, it is essential to understand what artificial intelligence is and how it offers unique solutions to advance the productivity and performance of the construction industry.
From March 14 - 18, thousands of eager construction industry members, leaders, and innovators will flock to Las Vegas for the highly anticipated CONEXPO 2023. To say we look forward to exhibiting again at the largest construction show in North America would be an understatement.