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December 2, 2019

Renovating senior community housing? 3 invaluable construction strategies

To stay competitive and relevant in the rapidly-evolving senior community housing industry, many are turning to major renovation projects.


November 25, 2019

How much space do I need for my business?

There's much to consider: your unique business needs, staff space needs, common areas and customer service areas.


November 18, 2019

Steps to building commissioning

Building commissioning for your new construction can be a complicated process, but it also is one that pays back in terms of improved project outcomes. Building commissioning ensures project requirements are met.


November 4, 2019

This vs. that: white TPO versus black roofing

Selecting roofing for your next commercial project is about much more than aesthetics: white TPO roofing and black roofing have their own benefits and drawbacks.


October 22, 2019

4 considerations every owner needs to know about lien waivers

Signed by general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers, lien waivers serve as a protection for project owners as well as general contractors.


October 15, 2019

10 Things owners need to know about punch lists

Understanding punch lists and how you can best leverage them is key to ensuring your long-term happiness with the construction project.


October 14, 2019

4 seasonal project considerations for your 2020 commercial construction project

4 timing aspects impacting commercial construction project budget and schedule


October 8, 2019

Prepare your commercial building for winter

Now is the time to think about winterization for long-term cost controls


September 24, 2019

How to calculate ROI for real estate investments

When you’ve capitalized on a real estate investment opportunity, you and your investors want to know your return on investment (ROI).


September 3, 2019

Build savings and your project with a design-build construction firm

Choosing a design-build company can be good in several ways, all which can contribute to your bottom line.