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A Solution for Construction Labor Shortages in 2021

A Solution for Construction Labor Shortages in 2021

The Construction Industry Is Facing Labor Shortages Project managers across the nation are noticing serious labor shortages. According to an analysis of U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data released by Associated Builders and Contractors, construction companies will...

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Despite the Hype, Construction Tech Will be Hard to Disrupt

Despite the Hype, Construction Tech Will be Hard to Disrupt

Originally featured in Extra Crunch via TechCrunch: From the outside looking in, the construction industry appears ripe for tech innovation. The industry represents 6.3% of the U.S. GDP. There are close to 1 million general contractors (GCs) in the country, and...

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4 Statistics That May Make You Rethink Your Site Management

4 Statistics That May Make You Rethink Your Site Management

Managing a construction site is a huge responsibility. It’s not just ensuring that projects get done on time and on budget – it’s also making sure that those who work at and visit your site are safe and accounted for. So what’s the best strategy for total site...

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National Safety Month: Is Your Jobsite Missing a Safety Tool?

National Safety Month: Is Your Jobsite Missing a Safety Tool?

June is National Safety Month. With this in mind, we want to ensure that job sites are equipped with the right tools to maintain a safe work environment. Accidents tend to happen more frequently if the right precautions aren’t taken. It’s important to ensure that...

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Latest Workplace Guidance from Major Government Agencies

Latest Workplace Guidance from Major Government Agencies

New Workplace Guidance From Government Eases Protocols Many states have released new workplace guidance protocols that eased mask requirements for those who are vaccinated after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advised that fully vaccinated people could...

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