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Construction Business Owner, August 2014

August 2014

Most contractors think that their reputations for quality work and exceptional service should lead to many referrals and plenty of work.
Shards of concrete, high working heights, falling rubble and piles of metal rebar are often definitive features of construction jobsites, making them a hotbed for in
Construction equipment has come a long way from its beginnings more than 100 years ago.
Getting paid on time in the construction industry has always been difficult.
Big data is exploding, and it’s impacting fleets around the world—and not just at an enterprise level.
Telematics and fleet management technologies can save contractors time and money.
An abundance of construction software applications are available on today’s market.
Readers say ...
The Insurance Research Council indicates that roughly 35 percent of workers’ compensation claim dollars are paid to fraudulent claimants.
For a business operating a fleet of vehicles, one of the most difficult decisions is determining when to dispose of aging units.
As recently as 20 years ago, a project manager managed projects by working with people—employees, vendors, consultants, designers, subcont
According to a study by the Center for Construction Research and Training, construction workers who work at least 45 years on the job have
For entrepreneur Wally Evans, the booming construction industry a decade ago presented a prime opportunity for business growth.
Let the games begin. Every month, project managers and superintendents engage in the greatest show on earth—job cost reporting.
As a design and construction professional with more than 30 years of industry experience, I am shocked that construction is still an ineff
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