Protect Profit Margins and Reduce Risk With Contracting Partners

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Jun
01

Protect Profit Margins and Reduce Risk With Contracting Partners

Ready to learn how to protect your profit margins while reducing risk? During this webinar, Built will walk through solutions for the construction industry to ensure that you’re maintaining compliance consistently and managing lien waivers with ease.

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Apr
27

The ‘I’ in ‘Team’: Inspections as a Team Sport

High-performing teams need clearly defined goals, roles and responsibilities, with a heavy dose of effective measurement and communication to drive continuous improvement. That’s true whether the mission is to score points, defend a goal or ensure safer workplaces.

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May
25

Mitigating Liability on Multiemployer Worksites

How do you mitigate contractor risks when performing work on various jobsites? As the safety leader, you can ensure every step in your contractor management journey includes the same safety culture from the top down with a strong technology solution.

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Jun
08

Make Work-in-Progress Work for You

Are you interested in optimizing cash flow? Learn how an accurate and timely Work-in-Progress (WIP) report allows you to stay on top of every project and maximize profitability.

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Dec
15

The Future of Construction Is Modular

In the past five years, the use of modular construction methods has doubled in the United States, and it’s expected to represent more than 10% of all construction work by the year 2030. Shifting construction away from traditional sites and into factories is enabling contractors to build faster and better—reducing claims by standardizing work and […]

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Nov
03

Discovery Best Practices for Construction Arbitration

A major advantage that arbitration has over litigation is the ability for the parties to design the process to be efficient and cost effective, as well as to fit the dispute and the parties. During this webinar, you will learn from leading construction lawyers about best practices to better manage projects and pre-hearing exchanges of information in construction disputes.

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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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Sep
22

Four Ways to Scale Safety and Quality During the Building Boom

As construction firms prepare to scale their operations to support new infrastructure investments, they’re challenged to attain high-quality work in safe workplaces using newly hired workers—as well as long-term employees who are reluctant to adopt new technologies. There are at least four ways a data-driven safety and quality program can help. Increased inspection productivity can […]

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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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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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