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Sustainable Value

Premier contractors operate on principles that produce sustainable value, consistent quality and high return on investment.  Many lesser-quality contractors skirt the law, limit compensation and eliminate benefits, safety and training programs in order to hit the low cost bid.  How do construction leaders communicate their superior value so owners and developers can avoid the risks and hidden costs associated with second-rate contractors?

Often low price wins the job, but does it deliver best value and return on investment?

Most U.S. organizations process important information every single day, every single hour, every single minute. When that information is private and sensitive in nature, its value...
In today’s fast-paced environment, we thrive on efficiency — of resources, time, and energy. One of the easiest ways for a growing business to streamline their efforts is to...
There is quite a lot of discourse regarding daily reports in the construction industry. Some people think they are unnecessary and take too much time to be worth the effort....
Business email compromise (BEC) scams are on the rise. In 2020, the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) received 19,369 BEC/Email Account Compromise (EAC) complaints...
Going concern is the assumption that an organization can meet its financial obligations. If substantial doubts about going concern do exist, management must disclose the...
Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing is honored to have received the Associated General Contractors (AGC) of Oklahoma Build Oklahoma Award for their work on the OU Research...
Whether you are forming your first company or expanding into a new area, it is important to properly account for start-up and organizational costs.
Understanding indemnity, its effect on your business, and how you can prepare for indemnity clauses in your contracts can save your business.
Texas Contractors - Are You Aware of all the New Updates on Texas Lien Laws and How this Affects Collecting on Your Construction Projects? Don't Work for Free in the New Year!