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Improving Contractor Performance (And Profits)

Measure twice, cut once. The most unused tool for most contractors is their accounting system. There are few tools that can help either make more money – or help you to lose it all – more than [...]

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Revisiting Predictions Made About Prevailing Wage Repeal

Measure twice, cut once. The most unused tool for most contractors is their accounting system. There are few tools that can help either make more money – or help you to lose it all – more than [...]

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OSHA’s Silica Standard & the Multi-Employer Jobsite

With OSHA’s New Silica Standard going into effect on September 23, 2017, many employers are in the fourth quarter scramble to get their affairs in order and compliant. However, on multi-employer [...]

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The Construction Industry’s Need For Electronic Data Liability Coverage

Most construction related businesses understand the need for General Liability or Worker’s Compensation insurance and have a basic working knowledge those coverages. However, many business owners [...]

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When There’s a Labor Shortage, You Must Eliminate, Delegate or Automate

Many contractors who work in commercial construction are not only struggling to find skilled labor, but also higher level leaders such as Project Managers. When the hiring pool is dry there are [...]