Posted By: John L. on June 6, 2019 in Contractor
We all have our busy seasons and for most contractors summer is the busy time. Unfortunately, cutting corners or accidentally overlooking important safety protocol can happen when schedules are tight and the demand to complete one project and move to the next increases. But don’t let that happen to you or your employees.
Posted By: John L. on May 28, 2019 in Contractor
Technology, including the use of drones, continues to impact the construction industry in many ways. Drones have come a long way in their design and features, including advancements in software that have made them readily available in the construction industry.
Posted By: John L. on May 21, 2019 in Contractor
The practice of building biology may be new to some people, but it has been around for thousands of years. For a contractor, understanding and implementing building biology can give you a competitive advantage and make your company stand out.
Posted By: John L. on April 30, 2019 in Contractor
The cost of unproductive time on a job site can be enormous to a contractor who does not take notice. Contractors tend to focus on the end results of their projects or their year-end numbers and use them as metrics on how the company is doing. Although those numbers tell you how the company did overall, I believe your results can greatly improve if you focus more on the process.
Posted By: John L. on April 15, 2019 in Contractor
Those of you who know me have probably heard me speak about the importance of having a mentor. My definition of a mentor might be a little different than the dictionary’s, but it has the same goal. To me, a mentor is a person who has already walked your path, wants you to succeed, and is willing to tell it to you straight.

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