As a construction professional, you know communication is key. Getting everything clear and written down will help you to ensure that the client’s expectations are met, you get paid on time and there are no expensive callbacks. On every build, changes are inevitable and this is often where confusion and miscommunication occur. Make sure any …
Having reliable equipment on your jobsite means improved efficiency and a reduction of delays. Here are three ways to ensure your equipment keeps working optimally.
As the seasons change, it’s time to give your heating system a once-over to avoid any mid-winter freezes from dysfunctional furnaces. Regular maintenance of your ducting and furnace can reduce energy costs, and improve the efficiency and longevity of your furnace.
Hurricane Ian caused billions of dollars worth of damage in Florida. The rebuilding effort is set to take years and will require more construction workers. The trouble is the construction labor shortage already has workers in high demand.
JLC Newsletter recently conducted a survey to gauge how construction professionals view the building code process in a post-pandemic environment.