This week in the news we find an article from Passenger Terminal Today.com about a request for proposal for a … Continue reading Procurement Strategies for Construction.
You may have recently heard about President Trump imposing tariffs on wood imported from Canada. The story broke in April, … Continue reading Tariff’s, Blacklisting, and Global Warming – Canada’s Self-Inflicted Challenges on their Wood Industry
Over the last few years, I have noticed an increase in the number of construction contracts using “open book” provisions. … Continue reading Best Practices: Open Book Bidding
From the very first time I solicited a quote for design and construction, I have always been concerned with ensuring … Continue reading Lowest Bid does not Guarantee Quality.
In a March 7, 2017 article Spend Matters published 3 Ways for Procurement to Prove it’s Value (Other than Cost … Continue reading The Value of Procurement.
As part of this multi-part series on the most common construction permits, this entry addresses the 6 considerations of work permits. Click … Continue reading When do You Need a Permit? (Part 4) Work Permits
As part of a multi-part series about the most common types of permits this entry addresses the 6 considerations of … Continue reading When do You Need a Permit? (Part 3) Plan Approval