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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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2021 was quite a year for the construction industry. With high material costs and supply chain issues, we can no longer expect that standard items will be readily available. Coupled with the skilled labor shortage, it was a challenging year.
A contractor’s assessment of a potential building site is an important element in the building process. For both commercial and residential projects, a site evaluation can affect the layout, building design, and construction. Here are a few things to consider when looking at a building site.
2021 has been a challenging and stressful year for many in the construction industry as we faced the rise of material prices, supply chain issues, lack of skilled labor, and trying to stay healthy. This has forced many contractors to see the value in relationship building and the need for more transparency and communication throughout the building process. As you ponder everything your company went through this year, it's a great time to remember all the people who helped make the year a success.

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