Many jobs, whether they are large or small, will need varying degrees of expertise, skill, licensure, techniques and special requirements. A single contractor will likely not be able to perform all these tasks and meet… Read More »Subcontractor agreement: The basics, key provisions & more
Two critical documents used in the construction industry are purchase orders and invoices. Yet they are often confused and misunderstood. Although similar, each serves avery different purpose. The key difference between a purchase order vs.… Read More »Purchase order vs. invoice: Everything you need to know
Disputes and communication breakdowns are all but guaranteed when working on a project. This is true whether you have decades of experience or have just opened up for business. Yet, these disagreements come at a… Read More »Understanding scope of work in construction
Across the board, construction and contracting businesses are feeling the impacts of global supply chain disruptions and labor shortages firsthand. According to an early 2022 news release published by Associated Builders and Contractors, “overall construction… Read More »Building a construction budget – Improve cost control in your construction projects
Many books have been written about data-driven decision making, why it matters, and how the best business operators use it to gain a competitive edge. For many small business owners, ‘data-driven decision making’ sounds like… Read More »What does it mean to be data-driven in your decision making? How much data do you need?
We’ve put together a list of six reasons why digitizing your contracting business could be one of the most important things you do in 2020. We’ll look at standard operational efficiency points, but also consider… Read More »6 reasons to digitize your contracting business
These are unprecedented times for business owners. While we all hope that the pandemic is short-lived and that things bounce back quickly, everyone is scrambling to figure out how to stay afloat right now. For… Read More »Financing your contracting business in good times and bad