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Sep
15

The Next Five Years in Construction: What the Industry Sees Today and Predicts for Tomorrow

Procore surveyed 2,000 individuals from all aspects of the construction industry to understand the challenges and opportunities the next half-decade might bring. During this webinar, Procore experts will cover what construction is learning about culture from technology companies, why industry leaders and experts are optimistic about the future, as well as when and where the industry sees future work coming from.

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Aug
11

Change Orders: How to Avoid Delay Damages and Get Paid for What You Do

Change orders are a fact of life in construction. The bigger or more complicated the job, the more likely the changes are to come. While most contracts anticipate change, only the rare few adequately address what actually happens in the field. Tune in for this webinar to protect your right to get paid and protect […]

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May
26

Mass Timber on the Rise: Opportunities for General Contractors

The Mass Timber Construction Manual will give construction professionals the information needed to plan, organize, manage and construct mass timber buildings safely and efficiently. It is intended to provide best practices related to bidding, planning, erection/assembly and finish considerations for contractors, tradespeople, installers and subcontractors involved in mass timber projects. This content will be useful […]

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May
12

Four Factors Affecting Your Profits in 2021

If 2020 taught us anything, it’s the importance of preparing for the unexpected and developing the agility to quickly adapt plans. Construction finance leaders and project managers are having to evolve their roles to be more proactive in data analysis and drive strategic planning as the industry continues to recover. As the business world moves […]

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Apr
28

Breaking Down Barriers to Unlock Profitable Growth

As a highly competitive sector, the construction industry is constantly under pressure to increase the pace of digitalization, with many restricting their growth due to manual processes and lack of visibility into their deals. To accelerate this digital transformation, first they must look at barriers and use them to leverage a new way of working for continuous success in the years to come.

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Apr
14

Transforming Cost Management: The Next Wave of Construction’s Digital Evolution

The second wave of construction’s digital transformation is here and advancing cost management is at the forefront. Explore how real-time financial tools can improve your bottom line and redefine what’s possible for construction cost management. Over the last two decades, construction’s digital transformation has focused on digitizing drawing and documentation management, while largely ignoring cost […]

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Mar
24

Beyond the Fear: Why Digital Disruption Is Good for Your Construction Business

Rapid technology shifts in the industry are poised to usher in a new era of digitally enabled construction, further accelerated by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. But companies need not be intimidated or caught by surprise by the advancing forces of technology. Instead, embedding IT advances in all aspects of a construction business will not only […]

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Dec
09

Improve Productivity and Reduce Downtime With a Digital Asset Management System

Construction workers spend approximately 30% of their time waiting instead of working due to unavailable equipment, delayed deliveries and workflow variations, which delay precursor steps. To mitigate these challenges, construction firms typically conduct daily job box inventory checks and manually record tool information with handwritten notes, whiteboards and spreadsheets. Besides the errors and inefficiencies that […]

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Dec
02

Measuring KPIs to Keep Projects on Track

Measuring performance is challenging in the construction industry because each project is unique—taking into account the design, schedule, site and team—and the process is continually impacted by dynamic factors—including labor, materials, changes and weather. As a result, many traditional key performance indicators (KPIs) are based on information that is already out of date when it […]

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Nov
18

Developing Business Strategies to Help Contractors During Difficult Times

For most of us, 2020 did not go according to plan. Contractors have been tasked with finding new ways to run their businesses, putting finance teams at the center of this “new normal.” There are key data points that your business should focus on to not only monitor for market conditions, but also to gain […]

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