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Delight Your Customers (or Someone Else Will)

Dean Willemsen, Managing Director at Prime Build, firmly believes a company’s most important asset is its people. He asserts great leadership requires taking actions that positively affect those people. While learning and development should be fundamental, they’re simply not enough for Dean. Employers must also provide for mental health and well-being.

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5 Bid Practices You Need to Stop Now

Two sessions at Groundbreak 2019 highlight the future of our industry—and it is all about integration. Mark Fly of ConstructConnect presented his top five bid management practices that construction companies need to modify or abandon completely. Put on your marketing hat cause here we go!

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Design Risks Every Contractor Should Watch Out For

New project delivery methods are reshaping the role of the contractor. Throughout most of the 20th Century, design-bid-build was the standard way of running projects. This model relied on architects working with the owner under separate contract for the design phase. From there, the project was put out for bid to contractors to do the building.

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What’s Causing Your Projects to Fail?

Regardless of who is at fault for creating delays in construction projects, they are still delays. Missed deadlines mean late completion and budget overruns. Learn what’s causing them and how to prevent delays from happening in the first place.

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Stop Signing Away Your Subcontractor Profits

Few people enjoy reading contracts. Their never-ending sentences cause your eyes to glaze over and your mind to go numb. But, by not taking the time to carefully review and understand these documents, subcontractors are taking on more risk than they can handle. And in the process, they’re giving away profits to pay legal fees.

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Your Guideline to Construction Wrap-up Insurance

Owner-controlled or contractor-controlled insurance programs are inching their way into projects never envisioned for their use. These “wrap-ups” can increase subcontractor risk through inadequate coverages and greater administrative costs. Here’s what’s behind these insurance products and some key points to consider.

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Is it Time To Scale Your Construction Business?

Scalability is a process that allows you to create value, deliver value and capture value. It’s all about profitable growth. Fortunately, researchers writing in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan Management Review have studied scalability and can now suggest templates you can use to make your business model scalable.

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How to Tell a Compelling Story with your Construction Photos

If your construction data storage is getting overrun with photos, you’re not alone. Nowadays, nearly everyone has a camera in their pocket. It’s no surprise there is a growing pile of construction images to manage. These tactics and strategies will improve your photo quality, documentation, and management.  

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