• Common Myths About Construction

    People in the construction business are constantly forced to debunk some common perceptions and myths about construction. Here are some of the most common myths: Anybody can do their own general contracting.   In order to be able to handle and manage general construction, basic proficiency in the main construction processes is required, so that […]

  • What is Lean Construction?

    What Is Lean Construction & Why You Should Care One of the challenges of implementing lean construction is that many firms believe that “lean” is associated with manufacturing and that construction is a different industry. While construction is certainly different, the manner in which lean construction is geared toward dynamic projects makes it a great […]

  • Pulling Back the Curtain

    When you think of folks that get “face time” with our clients, it is typically the President, Business Development or Marketing Director, Project Managers and Superintendents. These folks are on the front lines of projects from closing the deal to carrying the project through to close out. Many times these individuals are also the face […]

  • There is No “I” in TEAM

    “To not work alone, but rather, together with others in order to achieve a goal” You have heard the old adage “There’s no ‘I’ in TEAM” from coaches, teachers and parents for years. Maybe you even have a poster on your wall with these very wise words and an inspirational picture of a skydiving team […]

  • Flexibility to Avoid Failing

    Engineers know that if a building is designed in a rigid manner it will fail under the pressure exerted by trying and changing events. I feel the same is true of companies. Have you witnessed the rise and fall of companies or organizations that get so entrenched and inflexible that they will not or cannot […]