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Careers in Construction: Steps to Become a Construction Manager

Construction is a team sport. Whether it’s a house or a skyscraper, no large-scale project can be completed from top to bottom by one person alone. From the architects and engineers to all the specialized skilled trades working in the field, each player brings an irreplaceable piece to the puzzle.  And just like any good team, a coach is needed to inspire and to offer strong leadership. Leaders empower teams to overcome ...

Careers in Construction: Becoming an Electrician (Career Path, Job Description, Duties, Outlook)

 
Modern life relies almost entirely on the unimpeded flow of electrical power. Flip the switch...

Small Tool Tracking: Think of Hand Tools as Assets, Not Consumables

 

Tools will go missing from time to time.  

This is a fundamental law in the construction...

Cost Overruns in Construction: 7 Reasons Your Project is Over Budget and What to Do About Them

Rising costs and ballooning budgets are overwhelmingly commonplace in the construction industry,...

Construction Project Forecasting: A Practical Look at Financials

Making accurate financial forecasts is a challenge we face as an industry. KPMG reported that...

COVID-19: What Are the Long-Term Effects for the Construction Industry?

The impact of COVID-19, the global coronavirus pandemic, has been swift, significant, and...

The Technologization of Construction Project Quality Assurance 

Quality is at the center of every product we enjoy—labeled on everything from the jeans we wear to...

Construction Guides (Infographic): Should I Repair or Replace My Power Tools and Equipment?

Managing tools and equipment in the construction industry can be a challenge. It’s hard to...