New Year, New Beginnings
There's no denying 2020 was a roller-coaster of a year. But now, there’s light at the end of the tunnel, and we're hopeful 2021 will be different
Does Propane Have an Edge on Household Energy Costs?
A recent Department of Energy forecast examines the representative average unit costs of five residential energy sources: electricity, natural gas, heating oil, propane, and kerosene
Is Your Construction Team Prepared for Cyber Risks?
Cyberattacks could impact your project designs, bid data, and security system information. Be prepared and proactive in protecting your business
Builder of the Year
No More Apologies for Great Company Culture
It's clear now: Culture is what drives the success of today's best-in-class home builders
The Importance of Making Data Use More Efficient
Information rendered as structured data, aggregated from multiple sources, and organized in a common data environment could be a key differentiator for builders
The Domino Effect of Idle Time in Construction
Tackling instances of idle time is necessary to avoid process bottlenecks and mitigates accidents, reduce reworks, and improve project coordination.
4 Ways to Reduce Construction Costs
2020 has been a roller-coaster ride. To combat rising construction prices, it's time for builders to look for new ways to cut expenses
Building a Home on a Budget: 4 Tips for Potential Buyers
Four tips builders can suggest to win over potential buyers with a tight budget
A Smooth Road After COVID-19
Make decisions for your business based on facts not fear and let employees know what is the big picture
Home Building's Response to the Changing Times
As the way we live has changed due to the coronavirus pandemic, home builders are adapting and rethinking their businesses, from operations to sales to business management