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How Smoothing Out Cash Flow Can Improve Jobsite Safety

This blog is a collaboration with our friends at Billd . Safety and cash flow are inarguably two of the most important aspects of every contracting company. Without a solid...

Tips Safety
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How to Reduce Paperwork in Construction with Digital Documentation

Historically, construction has always used pen and paper. Daily reports, toolbox talks, checklists... paper is used for pretty much everything. However, shifting away from...

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Choosing the Right Certified Payroll Partner for Your Construction Business

This blog is a collaboration with our friends at Points North . If you’re performing work for government clients (like federal, state, or municipal) and need to pay and report...

What is Construction Litigation.

What is Construction Litigation?

Construction litigation is an area of law concerning legal disputes that arise during any stage of the construction process. Construction litigation can be costly and...

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3 Things We Learned from STACK's Preconstruction Report

How does software continue to impact the construction industry (for the better)? We partnered with our friends at STACK Construction Technologies to find out. Industry insights...

Industry News Tips
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How to Hire Subcontractors for Construction

Whether you’re a project manager for a larger general contractor, or a brand new GC, one thing’s for sure: You need to know how to hire a subcontractor or trade contractor. In...

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Top Tips for Collecting Real-Time Data from the Jobsite

In the construction industry, real-time jobsite data is key to improving your projects. Valuable insights from your data will help you see where you can boost your efficiency...

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How To Write a Construction Daily Report

Writing construction daily reports is one of the most important parts of the job for any contractor. Not only do reports keep you up-to-date with project progress and delays,...

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Using Technology to Appeal to the Next Generation of Construction

When young people think of construction, they typically don’t think of a tech-savvy industry that’s full of digital tools and processes. As a more than 7,000 year-old industry,...

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Using Digital Time Cards During COVID-19

As cities and projects begin to reopen and recover from the COVID-19 shutdown, construction companies have been forced to change the way in which they operate to ensure safety...

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Three Common Construction Equipment Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)

If you were to ask somebody to envision the first thing that comes to mind when they think of construction, they’ll likely see a tonka truck-esque lineup involving backhoes,...

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Going Green: Sustainability in Construction

Sustainability has been making quite the buzz in the construction industry as of late. From more eco-friendly materials, to paperless field management, to creating buildings...


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