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Why healthcare is key to construction labor shortage

Your employees and vision are your greatest asset to the success of your company. Any employee you need working daily is what we call a high-stakes worker. You need these employees working to make your company successful, and they are …

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3 tips for growth during downturn

Dr. Todd Saxton and Dr. Kim Saxton, authors of “The Titanic Effect: Successfully Navigating the Uncertainties that Sink Most Startups,” offer these three tips for growing your business in a downturn.

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3 critical practices for running a 100% virtual company

More and more companies are working from home or client locations. Today, with world events forcing us to try new ways of doing business, there is no choice. Here are three tips to give your people, business and culture that …

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Leading with strategy — The power of the prototype

Picture this: your branch system is no longer relevant and lacks technology, which, in turn, no longer attracts consumers. What solutions can help you start transforming your branches? Create a prototype design that all your spaces can be modeled after.

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5 best tech opportunities for construction companies

Ingenuity. Family owned firms. Tradition. Equipment and personnel first. Construction has long been one of the slowest industries to adopt technology. But it is also partly because there has not been a lot of technology built to meet the needs …

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4 ways your team can better prepare for COVID-19

As the Covid-19 pandemic has begun to spread across countries and industries, the commercial construction industry has found varied methods to adapt to changes in workforce, funding and supply chains. Yet those facing changes to their budgets and schedules still …

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Leaders unite to keep construction going

Several states have shut down most commercial activity during the coronavirus pandemic but have exempted construction, and leaders in the industry want it to stay that way. Construction work is “vital and essential to the critical industries that must remain …

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Restaurant chefs provide meals for health care workers

Roberta’s in New York City and The Matador in Seattle are among the restaurants delivering free meals to hospitals for health care workers, and others have added hospital donation options to their delivery menus. Read the story here.

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How the 2020 economy is shaping up for construction

The coronavirus outbreak has spurred mixed reactions from economists across the world, with some tying the pandemic to a likely recession. Read the story here

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Cloud proves timely investment for firms amid pandemic

Isolation measures mandated to contain the coronavirus pandemic have put many engineering and design firms in a bind if they have not moved data to the cloud. Here’s how to do it.

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