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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?

This week, Associated Builders and Contractors announced the winners of its annual awards for best construction projects, safety performance, diversity initiatives and the...
During these trying times created by the COVID-19 virus, it struck me just how important the construction industry is, and specifically the craft workers that build our structures...
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On March 11, the U.S. Department of Labor issued a final rule, officially titled Apprenticeship Programs, Labor Standards for Registration, Amendment of Regulations, which...
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A recent survey by Dodge Data & Analytics and Sevan Multi-site Solutions of owners who have multi-site construction and contractors who do that work reveals some vastly...
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During the show, MAREK Chief Operating Officer Mike Holland talked about how these enforcement efforts simply drive undocumented people to work as independent subcontractors,...
Texas Builders are having an even harder time than contractors in other states in finding enough skilled workers to keep up with demand, leading to higher construction costs. That...