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Technology Myths of the Construction Industry Written by Triax Technologies The construction industry has traditionally been slow to adopt technology, due in part to some of the myths surrounding construction technology, including perceived difficulty of use and implementation. Here are some of the biggest technology myths around jobsite adoption – and how to tackle it. […]
All the questions about liens that you were too afraid to ask. This week’s Blog asks eleven of the most common queries about liens and gets the answers you need from Edmonton-based Priority Credit Management (PCM) Corp., the leading Canadian Commercial receivable management firm offering a total suite of credit management services with collections, lien advocacy plans, credit approval and A/R outsourcing.
If you are finding that your Millennial workers aren’t sticking around your company, maybe it’s something you did… or are still doing. This week’s Blog, from noted business advisor Mark Breslin, takes a peek into the mindset of the Millennial generation and how culture and purpose can work together in ensuring that you can retain them as employees.
FMI Corporation – the leading provider of management, consulting, and investment banking services to engineering and construction, infrastructure, and the built environment – has recently released its “2019 FMI Overview,” which features FMI’s latest forecast of the 2019 U.S. and Canada Construction Outlook. This week’s blog takes a look at FMI’s findings and provides some valuable insights from FMI executives on how best to navigate the next 12 months.
Several hundred thousand foremen across the country are waiting for your help in understanding how important and vital they are to their company and the industry and to acknowledge the challenges they face. This week’s Blog from noted business advisor Mark Breslin delves into how much you really know about your foremen and what you can do to give them the tools they need to fully succeed.
The role of emerging mobile technology is becoming increasingly important in allowing the construction industry to remain competitive, offering access to real time technology, a greater ability to integrate information, and – more recently – helping to facilitate more efficient onsite payment. This week’s Blog takes a look at Montreal-based Mobeewave and its technology making it easier to navigate the waters of a cashless society.
For 30 years BUILDEX Vancouver has played an important role in advancing Vancouver’s building industry through providing a platform for industry dialogue, and – in this regard – this year’s event promises to be no different. This week’s Western Exteriors Blog takes a look at what BUILDEX Vancouver 2019 has to offer its participants and talks about why you want to be there.