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5 Tips to Manage Your Job Site
It doesn't matter how large or small a construction project is—a properly managed job site is critical to the success of the project and how the contractor is viewed by their client. Like a smooth-running V8 engine or a symphony orchestra, a smooth-running and successful project has many components, such as skilled labor, equipment, materials and, at times, unique creativity.
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The winter season can be a change of pace for contractors who see their jobs slow down or stop. If you find yourself in this situation, a slowdown can be a great opportunity to research expanding your business. You could look into ways to increase revenue during slow times or taking on other types of work throughout the year.
I have always been a fan of being involved in industry associations. As a former general contractor, membership in a contractors association that was a good fit for my company brought many benefits and was a part of my overall success.
Our roads and highways are filled with construction vehicles transporting materials and equipment. And at times, we have all seen debris along roadways, which can be evidence of improper load securement and could lead to devastating consequences

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