Finding, bidding, and winning construction projects is vital to the success of your business. Labor shortages, rising materials prices and shortages, and razor-thin margins are daily challenges. Use these resources to survive and thrive to bid and win more of the right projects.
When you’re estimating your next concrete job, regardless of whether you’re putting together a quick quote or submitting a formal bid, you need to nail your takeoff.
Learn how to ensure your takeoffs and estimates are complete, precise, and look beyond the scope of the project to avoid unwanted surprises.
What does it take to win more construction bids? Here are a few tips on how to bid smarter by going after the right opportunities to win more work.
Putting together a winning bid proposal, or even a competitive one, takes knowledge and skill. We’ve put together our top 10 tips for submitting better bids.
Use the Bid/No-Bid Tool to help you optimize your estimating efforts and not waste time bidding projects that aren't a good fit for your business.
Learn how trade contractors can ensure they are finding and building relationships with the right general contractors and hopefully avoid the unscrupulous ones.
Putting together a winning bid proposal isn’t easy. It’s more than just throwing some numbers together and hoping for the best. These tips can help you win more profitable construction projects.
In order to make the bid/no-bid decision, there are a number of factors to consider to make an objective, rather than a subjective, decision.
Estimating is one of the most difficult jobs in construction. It is also one of the most important. Profits are won or lost based on the accuracy of your estimates.
Incorporating risk analysis into your bidding process can result in more accurate pricing and can win you more work.
Whether you’re a doors and hardware contractor or a concrete firm, your success depends on taking the proper amount of time to prepare your bid in a professional manner.
Managing your construction bidding workflow can be chaotic and frustrating. Learn how to make your bidding process work for you to improve your bid-hit ratio.
Successful contractors know where they operate best and identify the right type of projects for their business to win more bid, improve profitability, and grow their business.
The rules and laws that apply to dealing with bid mistakes vary. Here's some common mistakes and what recourse you have for withdrawing your bid.
There are a number of regulations and statutes governing public construction contracting. Here’s a look at a few things to keep in mind when bidding on government construction contracts.