Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From the top tech transportation trends you should be watching to an urban ballpark in Oakland, we've got you covered on all the recent industry news from around the globe. Read More
December 7, 2018
Construction has a long history of adversarial business relationships with trust taking a back seat to self-preservation. When trust is missing in ... Read More
On the salaried side, project managers, estimators, engineers, quality control people, and BIM experts are all in short supply. Many companies are ... Read More
The best time for a fatal flaw or critical issues analysis is as early in a project's lifecycle as possible. No doubt, your owner will do one, but ... Read More
November 26, 2018
Don't worry, you're not alone. Check out some of the biggest misconceptions in the industry! Read More
Deadlines mean different things to different stakeholders. A practical project manager knows that schedules are always in flux. Meanwhile, owners h... Read More
At 4:00am, your alarm goes off and with a jolt to the system your brain is in project management mode.
While most of the world around you is st... Read More
The demands and pressures placed on you everyday are greater now than ever before.
Information hits you faster than you can digest it. Jobs are... Read More
In December 2008, the subprime crisis of the U.S. economy caused the construction sector to shrink at its fastest pace in recorded history. Credit ... Read More
You're not at your best when you're stressed. Your heart pounds, your breathing quickens and your forehead sweats. In fact, your body has evolved a... Read More
Imagine this: owners are calling you left and right.
Not with angry phone calls, but with requests to manage their jobsite. In a time of rapid ... Read More
It has been recognized for many years that the most powerful factor in influencing the outcome of a capital construction project or program is the ... Read More
Between 1985 and 2010, the average age of all U.S. construction workers jumped from 36 to 41.5 years old. As these baby boomers continue to age ou... Read More
Millions of dollars were at stake.
After three years of litigation, a complex lawsuit over who should bear unexpectedly high construction costs ... Read More
If you ask any risk management consultant, they’ll tell you the truth: the real silent killers aren’t nightmarish doomsday risks but the poor proce... Read More
In 2016, construction companies have had plenty of projects. What they need are enough craft labor workers to do the work, according to an annual s... Read More