U.S. Home Construction Jumps nearly 10 percent in January
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By Justine Diaz
March 30, 2017
At Procore’s annual user conference, Groundbreak, the startup announced a cohesive platform built to connect every application, person, and device you need to run the entire lifecycle of your business. But what does that mean?
In a statement released on Monday, the Associated Builders and Contractors said, “the ABC is committed to working with the Trump administration and Congress to improve the government’s current procurement system for taxpayer-funded projects.” Find out what this means for you...
This tricky situation is creating a developing market between jobsites. Can you guess what it is? Dig in to find out...
A group of contractors risked life and limb chasing down a jobsite thief. Don’t show this to OSHA. See the epic car chase for yourself.
Industry leader, Todd McCabe, is sharing his thoughts on the challenge of accelerated project schedules and his forecast for demand in Massachusetts in the coming years.
Alaska's unemployment rate in February was the second-highest in the nation as the state is wracked by a deepening recession. How is this affecting construction?
Even in the best of times, the construction industry will have challenges to overcome. Despite remarkable promise for 2017 there are some areas of your business that will need extra care in the next quarters. Here’s a breakdown...
Buy American or buy cheap? That’s the question on many contractors minds as rising input prices continue to stifle profit margins across the country. La Guardia airport chose the latter, and now they have a PR nightmare on their hands. Does this make you think twice?
If the home-building industry had returned to the long-term average level of construction, it would have added more than $300 billion to the economy last year. At the risk of sounding too clingy, what would be do without you?
Fluctuations in input prices might indicate that cost-cutting is in store for other areas of your job budget or, given steep-enough increases, the scuttling of the project altogether. Here’s what you need to know.
The industry may not be ready to become fully reliant on automated processes and machinery. But gently integrating technology with human expertise could be key to surviving.
Homeowners at San Francisco Sinking High-Rise Sue Developer
In case you hadn’t heard, OSHA increased the cost of penalties by 78 per cent back in August of 2016, and another two per cent increase came your way just January 15 of this year. Further increases... Read More
If you're a construction worker, you're most likely working physical labor and it can get hot if you're working under the sun. Here's a guide for h... Read More
Pete says that Procore quickly breaks down the complicated pieces of data in his jobs, and presents them to the end user in a digestible format. "T... Read More
Hear Brad Hyatt, Associate Professor at California State University Fresno, discuss what students are learning in school to prepare them for const... Read More
Construction has always had a somewhat complicated relationship with technology. Over the last few decades there have been improvements in material... Read More
J. Colin Cagney, a director, KPMG Major Projects Advisory, knows that while most companies want to use data analytics to increase, they’re often no... Read More
Congress has passed the final version of the federal tax reform bill, and it will soon head to President Donald Trump to be signed into law. The qu... Read More
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