As contractors continue to navigate uncertainty, establishing a comprehensive long-term business success plan has never been more important. Through decades of supporting the construction industry, we’ve identified best practices for leveraging key principles to realize steady, predictable business growth. In this webinar, we will cover how contractors can focus on what will have the greatest […]
Construction accounting is different from standard accounting and typically requires a unique approach. Many contractors quickly outgrow the standard accounting practices and pivot to focus on the construction-specific requirements and procedures (e.g., WIP, job costing, AIA, certified payroll) necessary to stay compliant and run a profitable business at-scale. In this webinar, John Meibers, vice president […]
As a contractor, you constantly have numerous moving parts, jobs to manage and administrative work to tend to. With job costing at the center of your business, field-to-office communication is key to increasing efficiency.
Even with a strong backlog, poorly managed cash flow can be problematic for a contractor. Slow invoicing, unexpected expenses and late payments from customers can cause serious cash-flow issues. Contractors that are disciplined in their management of contracts, billings, collections and report reviews are able to ensure that their business maintains a strong cash position.
Whether you are a contractor that is just starting out or you have been in the industry for years, successfully expanding your business requires strategic planning and strong leadership. Learn about best practices to expand your construction company—ultimately investing time and money into your business and your employees.