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
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
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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a crossroads when deciding what the best approach is to digitizing their core processes.
We recently had the opportunity to talk with Dan Barry, Vice President of Operations at Schimenti Construction Company, about the steps they’ve taken to improve workforce visibility and the impact it’s had on their team’s planning.
We recently had the opportunity to talk with Michael Conley, a Project Executive at Kaufman Lynn Construction with over 25 years of experience in construction, about how they drive innovation at Kaufman Lynn from concept to construction.
What you need to know to compare labor and material costs in construction, including how the industry-standard ratio typically shapes up.
Bridgit had the opportunity to sit and talk about innovation with the Director of Quality at Rogers O’Brien, Jonathon Grammer. Grammar has been with RO for 13 years and while he wears a lot of different hats, his primary goal is continuous improvement and looking for different areas where their team can find a better way.
When we built Bridgit Bench in 2019, we wanted to create a tool that would help our customers get the most out of their workforce plans. We interviewed countless operations teams about their current process and the feedback was consistent across the board. The most common pain point that we uncovered was poor data management