2018 Cogence Drive Award Winners
From the webpage of Cogence Alliance.
Cogence created the Drive Awards to honor the best in project collaboration. The awards highlight the critical role and immense value that collaboration and innovation bring to building projects." Cogence Alliance brings together owners, architects, engineers, construction...
4 Strategies to get Construction Projects Back on Track
Article written by Jean Dimeo, Construction Dive
Sometimes, a project succumbs to troubles even when the data looks great, there are four key things contractors should do besides looking at data when a project is going south:"
6 Green Certifications Contractors Should Know About
Artice by Construction Dive's editor, Kim Slowey.
Besides LEED and Energy Star, there are other programs that building owners and contractors are exploring based on market demand for sustainability and wellness features."
Top 10 Benefits of BIM in Construction
News artivle written by John Hall, AutoDesk
While BIM is mostly associated with design and preconstruction, it absolutely benefits every phase of the project life-cycle, even well after building is complete."
Lean Construction: A Primer for Subcontractors
By Jim Cavaness, MMC Contractors West, Inc. on the website of The Contractor’s Compass.
There are many routes that a project can take, yet, there is a general direction that is followed at the inception of a project."
How Three Contractors Expanded Thin Profit Margins
This article is from the webpage of American Express.
The key to keeping your cash flow positive in shifting circumstances is flexibility."
When Should Contractors say no to new Business?
This article is written by Kim Slowey, Construction Dive.
experienced contractors warn there are a number of good reasons not to take on too much."
Blending Lean and CPM Scheduling for a Competitive Advantage
By Mark Jenkins, Director of Engineering & Construction Product Strategy, Oracle, on the Engineering News-Record website.
It is time to harness the exponential power of cloud-based tools that combine the key capabilities of the time-tested CPM approach with those of Lean Construction."...
The True Cost of Project Delay
From the website of the Engineering News-Record and White Paper/Deltek.com
The average delay caused by a widespread event seems to fall somewhere in the 20 percent to 30 percent range. So what does that mean in terms of costs?"