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Construction Business Owner, July 2014

July 2014

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After enduring a painful contraction during the financial crisis and its aftermath, the construction industry finally found a bottom in 2013.

In 1982, nearly 100 construction financial professionals gathered at Caesar’s Palace in Atlantic City, N.J., for the first ever Construction Financial Management Ass

The world is witnessing a new Renaissance.

In the ever-evolving world of instantly available information, contractors must be able to determine which information is accurate and usa

On his first day on the job as a temporary worker for Bacardi Bottling Corp, Lawrence Daquan “Day” Davis died after being crushed by a pal

One of the worst forms of waste in business is underutilizing the knowledge and ability of your workers.

The labor shortage is a hot-button topic in the industry today, spurring numerous questions and discussions in CBO’s LinkedIn group about

The cloud has been a buzzword in technology circles for several years, but cloud storage has recently moved beyond tech-trend buzz to majo

Professional football is known as a tough sport with an equally tough behind-the-scenes locker room culture.

Many construction firms have limited staff and resources dedicated to HR.

In the latest FMI U.S.

General contractors struggle with the compilation and delivery of operation and maintenance (O&M) manuals to asset owners at project completion.

As a business owner, you know the revenue needle stops moving during unexpected downtime.

In order to grasp the appropriate ways to pursue or defend a bond claim in a meaningful way, contractors should have some background on wh

Your phone rings, and it’s a call you were not anticipating.

Finding ways to lower your field costs will allow you to be more competitive and profitable.

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