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Construction Bidding

By: Kaiya Barrett
May 9th, 2023

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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Construction Bidding | Construction Technology

By: Sydney Paschall
May 5th, 2023

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.


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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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Construction Bidding | Takeoff & Estimating | Construction Fun

By: Conley Smith
April 7th, 2021

If you’re any kind of a construction estimator, you’ve probably been involved in some crazy, complicated, weird—and wonderful—projects during your years in the construction business.

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Construction Bidding | Construction Industry News

By: Kendall Jones
September 29th, 2016

The use of Project Labor Agreements (PLAs) on public projects, which date back to 1933 with the construction of the Grand Coulee Dam, continues to be a hot-button issue in the construction industry. PLAs are collective bargaining agreements used to establish conditions and terms of employment for a specific construction project through one or more labor organizations or unions and project owners. PLAs are negotiated prior to any bidding or hiring labor on a project.