Believe it or not, there are always a wealth of emails and other documents produced in litigation that help “make the case” for the other side. Take, for the example, the e-mail I found in the files of one superintendent entitled “PROJECT DELAYS” … the words could not have been clearer … “I think
What does it meant to “prosper” in the construction industry? For Houston-based Satterfield & Pontikes, it meant adapting to the industry downturn and embracing new technologies and business development methods to sustain the workloads. Read today’s post about surviving in a tight economy.
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No matter the season, however, construction companies rely heavily on cash flow to fund their operations. Cash flow depends on so many variables, but there are a few that you can control.
Continue Reading Tips for Creating a Healthy Cash Flow
Thanks for all inquiries and well wishes for our family. Yesterday, my wife was released from the hospital after a prolonged two-week stay. She has been ordered on bed rest for the near future, but we are on the road to recovery.
All the emails and phone calls from my friends and colleagues ("Matt…
Seems like I have been doing a lot of out-of-town speaking lately. Fortunately, my next gig will be in my own office, in front of a computer, with a headset attached. You should consider joining me on October 13, 2010, at 1:00 to 2:30pm (Eastern) for what will be an exciting webinar:
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A headline from the Wall Street Journal caught my attention this morning: “When People Come and Go: Project teams often have different workers at different times. And that can create problems.” Imagine the potential problems that exist in an industry where project team members change regularly such as in the construction industry.