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Goin’ Mobile: The Benefits of Mobile Construction Technology

Goin’ Mobile: The Benefits of Mobile Construction Technology  “I can pull up by the curb. I can make it on the road. Goin’ mobile. I can stop in any street and talk with people that we meet. Goin’ mobile – The Who  Pay a visit to any construction site and you’re likely to witness mobile technology Read Full Article

Busting the Most Common Recruitment Agency Myths

Busting the Most Common Recruitment Agency Myths  Recruitment is an incredibly important part of any company. After all, bringing top talent on board is what keeps your construction business growing and moving forward.  Being in the staffing industry, however, we’ve overheard more than our fair share of misconceptions or, as we like to call them, myths.  We all understand that recruiting agencies Read Full Article

Women in Construction

Put on Those Hard Hats, Ladies!  One of the major tasks in nearly every industry today is realizing gender equality. After all, it’s been proven that gender diversity offers huge advantages in the workplace.  True, a number of industries have made noteworthy progress in gender diversity; however, many continue to straggle behind. And the construction industry fits into this latter group.   The typical stereotype for a construction site worker is an ogling, baggy trousered macho-man. Men are bigger and stronger than women Read Full Article

Architects and Designers

Yes, Architects and Designers Are More Important Than Ever  Let’s not sugarcoat things. The past eight to nine months have been chaotic, to say the least. As the COVID-19 pandemic spread around the globe, the state of the world was identified as uncertainty, confusion and downright scary.   In addition to the anxiety we have Read Full Article

Why Partnering with a Recruiting Professional Can Be a Good Business Decision

In today’s competitive (and pandemic-shaped) job market, finding and hiring the ideal job candidate can prove to be quite difficult. That’s why many companies are turning to professional recruitment and search firms to help them recruit and hire the right people for their open job positions. Should you do Read Full Article

Communication is Key to a Positive Client Relationship

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.”                                                                                     . . . George Bernard Shaw Client communication. It’s a decisive factor in any construction job, and perhaps the easiest thing to get wrong. Effective communication is a crucial aspect of most any business, Read Full Article

Why Labor Productivity Is Crucial in Any Construction Project

Labor productivity is a vital component of any building project. Without it, projects are delayed, and budgets quickly become overwhelmed. That’s is why it’s important that you make certain all your contract workers are singing from the same hymn sheet in terms of your construction project vision including any Read Full Article

What’s in Store for 2019: Emerging Trends in the Construction Industry, Part II

As we go into 2019, it’s time to take a good look at construction industry trends and predictions and see which ones are shaping up. Staying on top of new and up-and-coming trends in the construction industry not only helps keep your company from falling behind, but it helps Read Full Article

What’s in Store for 2019: Emerging Trends in the Construction Industry, Part I

As we go into 2019, it’s time to take a good look at construction industry trends and predictions and see which ones are shaping up. Staying on top of new and up-and-coming trends in the construction industry not only helps keep your company from falling behind, but it helps Read Full Article

Construction Safety: Protecting Against the Fatal Four in the Construction Industry

Construction Safety: Protecting Against the Fatal Four in the Construction Industry Let’s face it. Working in construction can be dangerous. As of March 2017, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported 6,882,000 people were employed in the construction industry. This is right at 4% of total employment in the U.S. Read Full Article

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