How to maintain your construction company’s net profits
A construction company may do many great things to operate profitably. But when expenses come due, its bottom line may not look so hot. This article explores a variety of ways to tighten up net profits. A sidebar looks at the troubling issue of slow-paying project owners.
There are a variety of predictability models that can be applied to project safety in construction. Some are more complicated than others. This article discusses one of the oldest and easiest to understand: Heinrich’s Law.
The construction industry is among the hardest hit by suicides and the nationwide opioid crisis. Contractors can provide relief while strengthening their own workforces by offering employee assistance plans (EAPs). This article explains how EAPs can be a cost-effective way to help employees through tough times.
Building information modeling (BIM) has been changing the landscape of construction for a while now. Suffice to say, its impact will continue. This article describes six BIM-related technologies that will likely affect the industry in 2019 and beyond.