Best Practices – Self-Performing Contractors – Do Self-Performing Contractors Improve Your Bottom Line?

Self-performance does create additional revenue streams for the general contractor and you do need to address this.

Best Practices – Standard Form Agreements – Why AIA Contracts May Not Be Right For You?

The AIA is the predominant source for standard forms, but it isn't the only source.

Best Practices – Cost Levers – How to Reduce Cost in Construction?

When we consider how to save costs in construction, we are essentially trying to avoid paying extra costs.

Industry Watch – AIA Contracts – Why You May Not Be Able to Close Your Contracts This November.

This latest 2017 edition of the AIA Contract Documents is the sixteenth edition of these documents.

Best Practices – Contractor Overhead and Profit – Why Lowest Bids Does Not Mean Best Value.

Low-ball contractor's win bids with the intention of making up losses through change orders.

Industry Watch – A Seat at the Table – Should Architects and Procurement Professionals be Relegated to an Administrative Function?

There is no degree of change that will ever replace these roles.  They are required on every job.

Industry Watch – Alliance Arrangement Models – What are They and How Do They Work

A unique method of creating a legal entity that falls short of forming a Joint-Venture (JV) yet goes further than typical construction agreements.

Project Bank Accounts – New Project Accounting Contractor’s will Hate but Will Protect them from Insolvency!

Using PBA's will require significant adjustments and all parties will need to rethink how they operate.