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Ultimate guide to creating your construction project management plan

Ultimate Guide to creating your Construction Project Management Plan

Having a discernible plan can go a long way when starting any project. A construction project management plan creates well-defined objectives, organizes tasks, and provides guidance and direction towards an achievable goal. Here’s what we define as a project plan and how to start putting one together. What is a construction project plan? A construction

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3 Steps to achieving your construction superintendent certification

3 Steps to achieving your construction superintendent certification

Given how specialized the role of construction superintendent is, it should come as no surprise that there are many certification programs designed specifically for professionals looking to become superintendents. Keep reading to learn more about construction superintendent certifications and how to become a construction superintendent. What is a construction superintendent? Construction superintendents are responsible for

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Overcoming construction delays and how they can be avoided

Ultimate Guide to creating your Construction Project Management Plan

Construction delays are among the most common causes of cost overruns on projects. Keep reading to learn more about construction delays, their common causes, and how savvy construction management professionals minimize the potential for delays. Common reasons for construction delays (and how to avoid them) 1. Lack of money Not having enough money to pay

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Your guide to construction accounting certifications

Given the specialized nature of accounting in the construction industry, there are a number of construction accounting certifications available. Keep reading to learn more about these certifications, their requirements, and the organizations offering them. Construction accounting certifications Certified Construction Industry Financial Professionals (CCIFP) The Certified Construction Industry Financial Professionals (CCIFP) certification is recognized by a

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Bridgit is now SOC 2 Type 1 compliant in a push to meet enterprise-grade security needs

Bridgit is now SOC 2 Type 1 compliant

Bridgit has consolidated its strict security policies to meet SOC 2 Type 1 compliance. We are committed to keeping customer data safe and secure. Cybersecurity has become one of the most important concerns for IT leaders across every industry. In fact, McKinsey reports that since 2020, cybersecurity has become “the most common technology transformation that

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Centralizing your data to improve team development

We talk to general contractors. A lot. As you might expect, different organizations have different ways of doing things. Everyone has their own philosophies, their own processes, their own reports, and their own metrics. But we also hear something you might not expect when talking to so many different organizations. They all seem to have

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Construction quality management certification guide

As any construction professional knows, quality is among the most important considerations on projects. Consequently, professionals possessing a construction quality management certification are in high demand throughout the industry. Keep reading to learn more about the construction quality management certification, the organizations offering them, and the various benefits of becoming certified. Popular construction quality management

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Construction estimator certification 101: All you need to know

A variety of organizations throughout the United States and Canada offer construction estimator certifications aimed at helping professionals improve their career prospects. Keep reading to learn more about construction estimator certifications, the organizations offering them, and the benefits of becoming certified. Construction estimator certifications Certified Estimating Professional (CEP) The Certified Estimating Professional (CEP) program is

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How long-term people planning helps general contractors stay proactive with project planning, bidding, and recruitment

Construction is a long game. Mid-size projects can take anywhere from 6-9 months to complete and larger projects can easily take over a year. Given how far into the future a project can stretch, we’re often surprised to learn that long-term people planning is a common challenge since most of the workforce planning that’s being

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