40 Tasks a VA Can Do That Will Free Up Your Project Manager

Want to make an extra $10k this year? Here's a list of tasks that you can hire a VA for. Things that you're probably paying someone a LOT of money to do already. Hiring a VA is you'll not only save money on labor, but there's no office, laptop, phone, coffee, or anything else to worry about.

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A Proactive Contractor & Claim Avoidance

When it comes to contracting, we know there will be claims and change orders. It's a bi-product of working in one of the most complex industries around. But the way we handles those claims can make quite an impact on our client relations, and, thus, our potential to get paid. 

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Book Club: Inside the Tornado by Geoffrey Moore

Inside the Tornado is NOT a construction book. But if you want to understand why consumers act the way they do, or how a company can navigate through these changes, it's a great read. Construction companies experience out very own Tornado throughout the project lifecycle. Apply the principles and you'll be in great shape!

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5 Tips for Construction Contract Reviews

If you're looking at a new contract and you're eyes start going cross-eyed, just find these 5 provisions and start there. Construction contracts always have these terms in them and understanding how they work and how you can tip the scales in your favor could save your rear-end down the road. And remember: EVERYTHING is negotiable. Everything.

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iGen on the Job Site; A New Era in Construction (PartI)

There's a new gang in town (or, entering the workforce). They go by iGen. And they're going to make an impact on the way we run our job sites - like it or not. You may have started to see some of these youngsters on the job site already. What can you expect? Join us for a look into the challenges we face when working with iGen.

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