5 Habits of a Successful Construction Project Manager

Five Habits of a Successful Construction Project Manager Selecting the right Construction Project Manager for your construction plan can save you time, energy and money. You want to find someone with extensive experience, who understands your vision, and will work with you to create the best outcome. To ensure each…
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Why Hiring a Bond Exoneration Expert Matters

Why Hiring a Bond Exoneration Expert Matters Exonerating surety bonds can many times be an afterthought after construction projects are complete and homebuilders or developers have moved on to other projects.  When projects have not been formally turned over to the various agencies holding the bonds this exposes the parties…
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Best Construction Management Practices

Being vigilant with time and money are two of the main areas construction managers need to stay attentive to. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep your projects moving along in a timely and efficient manner while avoiding costly delays. The best way to maintain the budget and schedule…
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6 Predictions for Housing and Property Management in 2018

01. Moderating Rent and Home Prices The past years have seen extremely steep growth in home prices and rent. The economy has a natural cycle when home prices and rents become unsustainable. The economy seeks balance through price correction until supply reaches demand. “The inflation we’re seeing in home prices…
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8 Construction Trends to Look Out for in 2018

2017 was full of new innovating updates to the construction industry, could 2018 be even stronger? As the year is being mapped out, the evolution in trends like offsite construction and technology reliance will continue to grow. Emerging trends like disaster resilience will be a major point of focus this…
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Post-Holiday Syndrome: 10 Tips to Keep Projects on Track

Happy New Year, we hope you enjoyed the holidays! Are you ready for the new year? It’s often difficult to get back to work after the holidays. You might have lost track of exactly where you were and what needs to be done on your project. You may still have…
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How to secure your construction site for the holidays

It’s that time of year again. The holidays are generally the longest period of closure for construction sites. Many sites are closed from the middle of December until the start of January, planning your site shut down needs to be a priority. With this in mind, site security measures should…
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