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In this article, we’re going to explore a few ways to improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of your resource management and workforce planning processes.
In this article, we’re going to dive into operational efficiency in the construction industry – what it is, why it’s important, and a few tips to help you improve upon your current processes.
As the construction industry gears up for 2021, we’ll take a look at some of the benefits of automating your resource planning into the coming year including worker safety, forecasting, and better understanding your workforce utilization to stay productive and profitable.
Previous tools: Microsoft Excel James McHugh Construction was founded in 1897, initially specializing in masonry work. It wasn’t long before McHugh established itself as a general contractor in the mid-1920’s. McHugh is responsible for building some of Chicago’s most recognizable landmarks, including Marina City and Water Tower Place – the world’s tallest concrete structures at
We sat down with Ray from James McHugh Construction Co for an exclusive Q&A on breaking down resource planning silos. Since implementing Bridgit Bench, McHugh has used our construction resource planning solution to track estimates, monitor project bids, and increase overall transparency around their resource management.
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How has the coronavirus impacted the existing labor shortage faced by general contractors? In this article we’ll explore how the construction labor shortage started, the impact that COVID-19 has had, and a few ways to combat these challenges.
Bridgit Bench now has new ways to leverage the People Gantt. You can search for specific team members, apply filters for specific fields to narrow your focus, and customize your People Gantt to provide visibility on all active and upcoming project allocations.
The cost of replacing team members can be costly for a general contractor. In this article we’ll explore a few tips your construction Human Resources team can use to help develop the existing talent within your organization.