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Best of the best interviews, Q&As and opinions
Wind down the year with wisdom from experts on topics ranging from infrastructure funding and the labor shortage, to one woman’s perspective on what it’s like to work construction
Utah contractor wants young people excited about construction
Hiring concerns rank among the most critical issues facing contractors going into 2022, so Great Basin Industrial wants to get the word out... it’s a pretty cool gig
Doosan dozers: A deep dive
Doosan’s Aaron Kleingartner explains how the company’s recently announced entrance into the dozer market helps it become a one-stop shop for customers
Expert Q&A: What the newly passed infrastructure bill really means to contractors
Kate Fox Wood, government relations at AEM, gives straight answers to the questions we’re all asking about the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)
Exclusive interview: Microsoft, Trimble to build Construction Cloud
Partnership between Microsoft and Trimble aims to reduce rework in construction by connecting workflows and stakeholders from A to Z
How small construction firms can capitalize on government contracts
Lawmakers are discussing funding packages that could significantly impact contractors of all sizes, even those who’ve not previously pursued government bids
Financing construction materials in the age of infrastructure spending
A potential influx of government contracts has contractors wondering how to come up with enough cash to get to work
6 ways to keep projects on track, despite material price fluctuations
Colorado contractor explains how they’ve kept projects moving using creative work-around solutions
Opinion: Can technology solve the labor shortage in civil construction?
Simplifying the adoption of construction technology across the current workforce is just as critical as attracting new workers
Rigid vs. articulated dump trucks: Choosing the right fit for the job and conditions
Volvo CE product manager discusses differences in maneuverability, total cost of ownership
Interview: Kari Taylor of Ritchie Bros. talks booming equipment auctions market
With the company’s largest-ever, sinlge-owner auction for Barrileaux Inc. is a month away, the sector is experiencing ‘unprecedented demand’ and strong pricing
Interview: ‘The Undercover Contractor’ talks about how to prevent construction catastrophes
Matthew DiBara of DiBara Masonry said contractors and owners need to take the blinders off when faced with telltale signs of trouble
How to beat the heat and stay cool to reduce workers comp claims
Minimizing employees’ exposure to extreme heat should be just one part of an overall plan to reduce illness and injury on the job
Interview: How to significantly reduce taxes while saving for retirement
Scott Poulin with Calamos Wealth Management explains why cash balance pension plans are gaining popularity among construction business owners
Writing checks is over, it’s time to digitize your payment process
Work smarter, not harder, by eliminating your paper-based method of paying vendors and subcontractors
Q&A: Poole Anderson president on successful construction bids
To get projects, Stephanie Schmidt relies on decades of experience and communication
Interview: Why Brittany Gentilhomme is building a career in construction
25-year-old assistant superintendent wants to help young people get their hands dirty and go to work
Interview: Goodfellow Bros. (GBI) celebrates 100 years of good work
West Coast heavy civil construction contractor reveals what it takes to succeed for four generations and beyond
VIDEO: How contractors can succeed as construction continues to recover
CONEXPO-CON/AGG 365 talks to ABC Chief Economist Dr. Anirban Basu about the industry’s opportunities as Q1 2021 comes to an end
One year later: Two contractors tell of Covid’s impact
As the pipeline of projects ran dry in 2020, materials prices skyrocketed and became scarce, creating a murky view of 2021 and beyond
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