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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?

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Last month, the TJPA approved the further review of all design and shop drawings as a precautionary measure to determine whether there are additional locations in the 1.2 million...
The winter issue of Chamberlin’s newsletter is out.  Along with updates on work in progress and industry accolades, this issue includes a couple of stories you’ll want to...
Houston, TX  - Griesenbeck is proud to announce that its transition to in-house labor is complete.The Griesenbeck management team made the commitment three years ago to...
I recently sat down with Bobby Williams, CEO of United Tool and Fastener (UTF), to better understand the operations, business philosophy, and overall values for the company that...
Mobil Steel International, Inc. earned its 13th consecutive American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) quality certification renewal last month. AISC certification...
Kiley writes that the construction industry is predictied to change more in the next five years than it has in the past 50. Driving these changes are the skilled labor shortage...
Chamberlin was awarded nine A/E/C industry awards in 2018 for their qualityworkmanship, dedication to safety and trade development.
The construction workforce is one that is constantly changing, whether the stats go up or down. Nearly two-thirds of contractors are highly confident that demand for construction...