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Buildings and Beyond in 2020: The Evolving Owner

Whether it’s a real estate investor, corporation, utility, manufacturing plant, government, hospital, or school system; it’s the decade of the Owner. For all types of owners, construction is a systemic challenge – common to all asset types, all owner types, all regions, countries, and continents.

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5 Reasons You Need Competitive Bidding on Your Projects

If you’re manually leveling bids, it’s no surprise that your team is disincentivized to invite multiple bidders. With an automated bid leveling tool, you will align your cost-savings goals with the limited amount of time that your team has to manage the process. The software does the administrative work, freeing your team to spent their time on critical business challenges.

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Owning the Skyline

From town to megacity, the world’s urban spaces are defined by their skylines. A skyline is, of course, a collection of buildings and infrastructure seen from a particular vantage—each of which started as a project vision that was completed by marrying the owner’s vision with an integrated project team, which collaborated to complete the job.

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5 Questions to Ask Before Choosing an Equipment Rental Network

The nascent equipment rental network marketplace has some decent-sized players, but none have become household names just yet. The very concept of contractors browsing a marketplace for heavy machinery rentals is also novel. Considering those unknowns, the process of selecting an equipment rental network may seem daunting. 

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Top Tips to Keep Neighbors Happy During Construction

There are few construction projects without neighbors. Construction activities usually disrupt neighborhood peace and quiet. Also add traffic congestion and very noisy and large equipment to the mix of annoyances. Local businesses lose customer parking to construction workers and deliveries. Here are smart ways to make your project a good neighbor.

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FOMO: Missing Out on ROI by Underspending Capital Budgets

Companies must improve the way they manage capital to boost competitiveness and support emerging growth. In the long-term, companies building strategic-thinking contemporary real estate teams aligned workplace goals with C-level vision will take corporate real estate “from Good to Great.”

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8 Warning Signs You Need a Project Management Platform

According to a recent report, using a single online platform for bidding, tendering and contract management saved one team they studied “more than 20 hours of staff time per week, cut down the time to generate reports by 75 percent, and sped up document transmittals by 90 percent.” So how do you know when your organization is ready for a purpose-built project management platform? Look for these eight signs.

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A New Approach to Capital Planning for Investment Managers

Effective, dynamic capital planning gives investment managers the greatest opportunity to achieve long-term success in growing asset value for their investment partners. A well executed, well-defined capital plan acts like a crystal ball, informing stakeholders how and when to deploy capital to maximize investor returns.

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