Severe Weather Tips for Businesses

As most of us are aware, Hurricane Season runs from June 1st to November 30th each year.  This means that we are now more than halfway through the season, and for Florida, Hurricane Ian has reminded all of us how powerful and … Continue reading

Mark Your Calendars – Upcoming Industry Events

A review of industry expos and conventions to consider adding to your calendar Every now and then, it is good to refresh and recharge, and when it comes to your business, a solid refresh may come in the form of … Continue reading

Safety Alert: Record-Breaking Heat

With summer temperatures continuing to rise, now is the time to put heat safety practices in place on the job There is no denying that temperatures over the last month have been rising to dangerous levels. Record highs are challenging … Continue reading

Save the Date – The 2022 National Safety Stand-Down

Resources and ideas for participating in OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down in May 2022 If you haven’t already heard, OSHA’s 9th Annual, National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction is scheduled from May 2-6, 2022. So, what is a Stand-Down? OSHA … Continue reading

Tips for Navigating Supply Chain Disruptions

No matter what role you play in the construction industry, you are certainly facing the woes of disruptions in the supply chain. Spurred by the pandemic, this ongoing challenge has many contractors frustrated and wondering “When will it end?” From … Continue reading

Preparing Job Sites for a Shutdown

Since the start of COVID-19 in the U.S., many uncertainties have been brought to the table, and to the job site.  From shifting safety measures to include social distancing and masks to moving office staff to remote capacities, business owners … Continue reading

Top Ranked Products for New Residential Construction

A review of the top products used in new residential construction in 2019 In a recent article, the National Association of Home Builders provided an analysis of government data that identified approximately $94.93 billion worth of building products used for … Continue reading

Developing the Next Generation of Construction Professionals

The tight construction labor pool is only getting smaller, and the need for training the next generation of construction professionals is becoming more evident. Time and time again, we visit the issues that construction business owners are facing on a … Continue reading

The Home Buyer’s Wish List for 2019

As a home builder, it is important to know what home buyers are looking for in their dream home, and a good place to start is the latest survey from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).  The most recent … Continue reading