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Tips for Building More Efficiently this Year

By on Jan 16, 2018 in Construction |

It’s shaping up to be a busy year for building. Already, construction companies and tradespeople are finding ways to stay ahead of the pack. See what others are doing to improve construction and building in 2018. 1. Build Modular One of the newest trends in construction is the building of modular dwellings, units, and other fabricated parts. Building on one location...

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Build Faster with Construction Tips from the Pros

By on Jan 13, 2018 in Construction |

Builders spend a lifetime perfecting their craft. Fortunately, some are willing to share some of their best tips and tricks. Here’s a quick rundown of several inside tips from the pros. Laying the Groundwork Installing flooring can be challenging depending on the materials and surface. Taking time to ensure a level floor will improve the finished product. Installing...

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Improve Construction Workforce Management to Reduce Risk

By on Dec 25, 2017 in Construction |

  In construction, efficiency matters. Companies that want the most from a project have to balance resources and deadlines to be effective. On the flip side, companies that struggle may create unsafe environments. Increased pressure on workers can lead to an increase in job site risks and an increase in insurance premiums. Improve productivity and reduce insurance...

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It’s Time to Get Tailored Construction Insurance

By on Nov 23, 2017 in Construction |

In the construction industry risk is inherent. Those able to assess and mitigate risk increase their chances for success. On the job site safety is an attitude. The right methods, equipment, and crew can help keep sites and people safe. For those behind the scenes, the risks are met with comprehensive construction insurance protection. Construction projects take all...

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The Silica Standard Fully Enforced

By on Nov 18, 2017 in Construction |

Construction builders will want to hear this: OSHA’s Directorate of Enforcement Programs is getting serious about the silica standard. In a recent memo, acting director Patrick J. Kapust says that as of October 2017, OSHA is going to enforce all the provisions of the silica standard. This can be challenging for some companies, as compliance and insurance costs can...

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Recent Storms Demonstrate Why Builders Risk Protection is Important

By on Oct 17, 2017 in Construction |

Building during hurricane season carries risks for entrepreneurs and construction companies. Storms tear into construction sites ravaging materials and destroying site preparation. Beyond the physical toll, construction companies shoulder extra staffing, transportation, and other costs due to delay. Construction continues year-round, regardless of hurricane season....

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