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26
Mar

How to Create Successful Collaborative Construction

Ensuring Your Construction Team Clearly Communicate   Working together is a part of everyday life, whether it’s in the office or on a construction site. The construction industry relies on team-based projects to operate and be successful with numerous managers, contractors, and subcontractors needing to work together. To help create successful collaboration in your construction projects, read on.   Change

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19
Mar

Construction Strategies That Reduce Inefficiencies and Improve Profits

Important Strategies to Include in Construction   According to Statista, the construction industry should reach $1.4 trillion by 2021. From this, it’s clear to see that the construction industry workforce is growing, and the industry is flourishing. With this in mind, it’s more important than ever that the industry understands how to reduce inefficiencies and improve profits. As a construction manager,

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12
Mar

Green Pesto Pasta Recipe for St. Patrick’s Day

Enjoy This Green Dish on St. Patrick’s Day   St Patrick’s Day is almost here – and that means everyone will throw on green t-shirts, red wigs, and enjoy all things green. To go with St. Patrick’s Day, we wanted to share a delicious and healthy recipe with you. When complete, it’s a green delight! Try this pea pesto pasta

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5
Mar

Is Direct Hiring the Right Solution for the Construction Industry?

Subcontracting vs. Direct Hiring   For some construction projects, you may wonder when it makes sense to hire an employee or subcontract the job out. Many models in the industry suggest that subcontracting can be easier and faster than direct hiring, but even so, there is no one rule that is right for every situation.   When is a subcontractor

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27
Feb

The Risks Your Understaffed Small Business Faces

Do You Have Skeleton Staff Schedules? You Could Expose Your Business to Risks   Businesses, especially those that are small and start-up, don’t want to hire staff that they don’t need. Worries about the economy and future cash flow are among the top reasons why small business owners tend to run understaffed. While money concerns are a legitimate reason to

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20
Feb

Why You Should Book Your Summer Vacation in Winter

Reasons to Book Your Summer Vacation Early   Winter can drag out, making it feel longer, darker, and colder. A great way to get you through winter is to look forward to something. Fortunately, there are many benefits of booking a summer vacation during winter. Here are a few reasons why you should act now to secure your dream vacation.

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13
Feb

The Most Common Insurance Types Used in the Construction Industry

Common Construction Insurance Coverages   Everyone working on a construction project knows how vital contractors insurance in Riverside, CA is. These projects can easily run into the thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars, which is why it’s so important to carry insurance to protect yourself as well as your clients. Take a look at just a few of

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6
Feb

10 Documents to Include in Your Construction Contracts

What to Include in Your Construction Contracts   Constructing a solid contract represents one of the first steps towards the success of your end project, no matter what size or type of building you’re working on. A sizeable construction contract can include as many as 10 documents specifying different requirements and aspects of the work. Here are just a few

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20
Jan

Tips for Creating an IT Disaster Recovery Plan

How to Create an Effective Disaster Recovery Plan   For many businesses, relying on IT means that they wouldn’t be able to operate if their system went down. If this sounds like your company, it’s important to ensure that you have a disaster recovery plan in place if the worst does happen. If you haven’t got round to it yet,

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