June, 2022

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5 Safety Precautions For Multi-Level Construction Sites

Construction Marketing

Construction workers face various challenges in the course of their work. These challenges include using dangerous tools and poisonous chemicals and being around unsafe working environments. All these pose risks to the health of these workers. .

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What is SOV in Construction?

The Constructor

A schedule of values (SOV) is a comprehensive documented list of each construction task that constitutes a construction project, along with their. Construction Engineering & Management Construction Management

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Construction Industry Trends: May 2022 Roundup

Viewpoint Construction Technology

From increased project starts to a look at where the construction industry stands with its DEI efforts, here's a look at some of May's headlines. Construction Technology/News

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2022 Construction Tips for Restaurant and Other Commercial Building Owners

Wolgast Corporation

The cost and availability of building materials can presently be described as highly unpredictable, so the pre-planning phase has become the key to Restaurant Construction more than ever before!

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The Ultimate Free Guide to Construction Project Management Software

Spreadsheets and in-house tools can no longer manage the sophistication and the demand for data of modern construction. Our free buyer’s guide will help you identify what construction software you need and the key features you should be looking for.

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Workforce Development To Get The Job Done

Business Facilities

Access to a quality workforce is a top priority for companies considering where to relocate or expand. Here’s a look at what some top locations across the U.S. are doing to address today’s workforce.

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6 Factor to Consider When Replacing Your Front Door

Construction Marketing

Replacing your front door is a big decision. Not only does the door serve as an entrance to your home, but it also contributes to its curb appeal. Before you decide to replace your front door, there are several factors you need to consider.

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Insulation for Steel Buildings: Purpose and Types

The Constructor

Insulation for steel buildings is essential to maintain the indoor temperature and prevent corrosion (due to mold formation). Different insulation. Building Materials Building Technology Guide

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How Tech-Enabled Contractors are Better Positioned to Recruit Smarter and Onboard Faster

Viewpoint Construction Technology

Learn how tech-enabled contractors are better positioned to recruit smarter and onboard faster. Construction Best Practices

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5 Questions for Effectively Recruiting a Younger, More Diverse Workforce

Construction Business Owner

5 Questions for Effectively Recruiting a Younger, More Diverse Workforce. hirvin. Mon, 06/20/2022 - 15:36. Several years ago, the construction industry was faced with a looming concern: the overwhelming number of workers set to retire over the next decade.

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The Ultimate Procurement Software Buyer’s Guide

With so many procurement solutions to choose from, it can be overwhelming without a frame of reference and a solid starting point. This free buyer’s guide is a must for anyone wanting to solve procurement or vendor management pain points.

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Food Companies To Bring 138 New Jobs To North Carolina

Business Facilities

In North Carolina, Utz Brands will create 115 new jobs in Kings Mountain, while D’Artagnan will create 23 new jobs in Granville County.

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Realistic Solutions for Breaking the Commercial Construction Backlog

Commercial Construction

Addressing Commercial Construction Supply Chain and Labor Issues. It’s summertime, and the commercial construction season is “heating up.” The Englewood management team senses real momentum in the market: Our clients are active and back in the field addressing the backlog of projects that have been on hold. And we are making good things happen for our restaurant, hospitality, automotive, warehouse, senior living, and retail construction clients.

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7 Signs You Need Air Conditioner Repair Services

Construction Marketing

Summer is in full swing, and if you’re like most people, your AC is likely working overtime to keep you cool. How do you know when to repair your air conditioner? Here are some signs to look out for. The Unit Is Leaking Water or Refrigerant.

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What are Hard Costs in Construction?

The Constructor

Hard costs in construction cost estimation are the costs of physical construction elements like foundations, superstructure, interior finishes, Construction Engineering & Management Estimating & Costing

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Stop Making These Mistakes and Start Scaling Your Specialty Contractor Business

Anything that is built on a poor foundation will soon crumble from the ground up. This is literally the case in the construction stage of projects and it applies just the same during the pre-construction stage. This free eBook is your ultimate guide to scaling your business with customizable software as early as during the bidding stage.

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2022 Trimble Viewpoint Construction Awards Open for Submissions

Viewpoint Construction Technology

Trimble Viewpoint Customers: Have a Cool Project, Applied Tech in Awesome Ways, or Achieved an Impressive HR Feat? Here’s Your Time to Shine! Viewpoint News

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Water Crisis Costs US Economy $8.5 Billion per Year

Contractor Magazine

New report provides an in-depth analysis of the costs and benefits of extending water and sanitation access to every home in the United States. Codes

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Ford To Create 6,200 New Jobs In Michigan, Ohio, Missouri

Business Facilities

Ford's $3.7B Midwest investment across Michigan, Ohio and Missouri will support production of 2 million EVs a year by end of 2026, strengthen portfolio of gas-powered vehicles.

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50 Types Of Light Bulbs | Incandescent Light Bulb | Best Light Bulb Types | Small Light Bulb

Civiconcepts

Introduction To Light Bulbs A light bulb has become one of the modern world’s beauties. Light bulbs are extremely common and they may be found almost anywhere on the earth.

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The Specialty Contractor's Guide to Job Cost Accounting

Supply chain challenges and rising material costs are forcing specialty contractors to pay more for what they need to complete each job. Following a simple set of principles, this easy-to-follow guide can help you manage job costs, ease the pains of accounting, and run a more profitable businesses.

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Most Common Cranes Available for Rent

Construction Marketing

Before you begin any construction project, it’s important to know your options when it comes to renting vehicles and equipment. One of the most common vehicles to rent is the crane, which is among the most versatile pieces of equipment.

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What is Neuroarchitecture?

The Constructor

Neuroarchitecture is the discipline dealing with the design of efficient spaces by studying the relationship between health and buildings with the. Architecture

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4 Huge Takeaways From 2022 Vista User Summit

Viewpoint Construction Technology

A recap of some of the biggest trends, technologies and best practices from the 2022 Vista User Summit. Viewpoint Technology

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What Should a New Employee Do for the First Week?

ExactHire - Restaurants

Are you interested in increasing new hire retention by 50 percent? How about boosting your team’s productivity by 62 percent? Then, you need a solid onboarding plan. One study found that companies with an effective onboarding plan retained 91 percent of their first-year hires.

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Report: Optimism for Construction Growth in the Next Year Remains High

Research reveals 96% of respondents are very or fairly optimistic about their organization’s growth prospects for the next year. Over half of respondents see digital technology as the greatest growth opportunity. Don't be kept in the dark when it comes to the future. Read the report today!

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Solar R&D Projects Part Of U.S. Investment In Clean Energy Industry

Business Facilities

On the heels of President Biden's June 6 action to accelerate clean energy development, DOE announces solar energy research project investments.

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Flakiness and Elongation Index Test for Aggregate

Learn Civil Engineering

Elongation Index is defined as the percentage of the weight of retained aggregate on different sets (sets which represent 7 gaps of different sizes) on elongation or length gauge to the total weight of aggregate sample for test.

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A General Guide to Flatbed Trucking

Construction Marketing

Flatbed trucking is the pinnacle of heavy-load transportation. Whether you need to haul lumber, pallets, steel, materials for construction, or equipment, a flatbed truck can be your answer.

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6 Principles of Biophilic Design

The Constructor

Biophilic designs are innovative ways of incorporating nature into buildings and modern architecture. Biophilia means the human tendency to interact. Architecture Sustainability

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Discover 7 Ways to Cut Construction Inefficiencies

Construction sites are often just-barely-controlled chaos. Without clear coordination, you risk everything from clashes to delays, cancellations, and missed deadlines. Get the free eBook & learn how to solve the biggest challenges in construction!

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Construction Industry Trends: June 2022 Roundup

Viewpoint Construction Technology

Our monthly look at construction industry geadlines, with notes on the materials supply chain, project collaboration, and tackling inflation. Construction Technology/News

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New Zealand Couple Live Self-Sufficiently

Natural Building

Dan Whittington and Merve Yesilkr had been living semi off-grid together for the last five years. A combination of losing their jobs due to the pandemic mandates, the cost of living and a “what am I doing with my life” moment led them down the path of becoming completely self-sufficient.

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Why…West Virginia?

Business Facilities

Mitch Carmichael, secretary of West Virginia’s Department of Economic Development, has many reasons why businesses should consider The Mountain State. Here are some of the state’s many business-related activities and advantages.