Working overtime is often the go-to solution for recovering lost time in construction, but working more hours is rarely the answer. Continue reading Overtime Kills – Five Alternatives for Recovering a Late Construction Schedule
In a recent article about pricing models, I gave a brief overview on a pricing model known as Guaranteed Maximum … Continue reading To GMP or not to GMP that is the question?
In last week’s article, I asserted that Architects are uniquely qualified to coordinate the various building systems of a project. … Continue reading Should you hire an engineer directly or through an architect
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
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
As part of a multi-part series on the most common types of permits, this entry addresses the 6 considerations of … Continue reading When do You Need a Permit? (Part 2) Zoning Application