Executive summary. A construction claim is a dispute in the Work as it was contemplated in the original construction documents. However, a large percentage of what […]
Executive summary. Most traditional bond rates have two variables in their cost: the contract value and the time threshold. Do not forget to include both […]
Executive summary. Many video conferencing softwares are in existence. Which one suits you best? Which ones are easiest to use? Here’s one users’ opinion. What […]
Executive summary. Most Project Owners are convinced that Contractors thrive on change orders. The truth is that most would prefer to have none. Read below […]
Executive summary. Most contractors use letters to communicate significant events in a project. Use letters to tell. Use RFIs to ask. Letters for when and […]
Executive Summary. You’re probably reading this from America or Canada. Ever wonder what the infrastructure and construction means and methods are like in a smaller […]
Executive Summary. What are the “necessities” for software and apps for your construction business? Here’s a look at what’s out there – software and/or apps […]
Executive Summary. How many RFIs (requests for information) are too many on a construction project? Is it time, is it possible, to tie the number […]
Executive Summary: BI stands for business intelligence. It is the process by which information from all of your company’s different computer systems (estimating, job costing, accounting, […]
Executive Summary: A GL account is separate from a cost code financial and job cost reporting. Here we introduce the basics of GL accounts. What’s a GL […]
Executive Summary: A recent article by the American Bar Association caught my eye. It was entitled “When is it okay for a lawyer to lie?” I could […]
Contractors usually are mandated to attend a pre-construction meeting with the Owner. There’s no reason not to also have an internal pre-construction meeting.
Once the decision is made to engage a consultant, choosing the firm to assist you can be one of the biggest challenges. Consider asking key questions to flush out the quality and value of the service.
Construction claims are an unfortunate part of the construction process in today’s world. When you have a claim, know the order of hierarchy in your presentation of the data for maximum remuneration from the client.
Executive Summary: Construction companies have inventories that should be managed to improve efficiency and, in turn, improve the bottom line. Consider a mobile solution or […]
In episode 066 of The Civil Engineering Podcast, Anthony Fasano talks with Scott Jennings, P.E. principal of SJ Construction Consulting, LLC about the importance of cost […]