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Attending construction events is one of the best ways to promote your company’s services and products, learn about industry trends affecting your business in the future, and finding potential customers and subcontractors. Haven’t decided which construction shows to attend this year? No need to worry. We’ve gathered a list of the most popular events in North America that shouldn’t be missed!
Before the first shovel hits the dirt, construction project managers must have a full financial understanding of how the final project will come to fruition. After all, buildings don’t just show up overnight: equipment, field workers, permits, and office space, are the result of careful planning and coordination. Establishing a proper construction project budget ensures work can be carried out from conception to completion.
No contractor wants to make a mistake at a construction site. An inaccurate measurement, the wrong material, or poor communication can wreak havoc on a project’s schedule, with even the slightest of errors leading to long-term delays. That’s not to mention the dangers construction mistakes can pose, placing the physical safety of workers or passersby at risk.
So far, 2019 is all about disrupting industries and thinking "lean". The common thread between these concepts is business process transformation - addressing process and productivity flaws and making positive changes that will help you to transform and grow your business in a sustainable way.
You’re right on-track with the latest technology when you’re designing plans and bidding for contracts, so your day-to-day processes should be no different.