June 16, 2021
Study Finds JOC Programs Save Time, Admin Costs

In 2015, the Performance Based Studies Research Group from Arizona State University’s (ASU) Del Webb School of Construction recently completed a study examining the Job Order Contracting (JOC) construction project delivery method. See a summary of what researchers discovered about JOC programs.

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June 7, 2021
New Healthcare Facilities Requirements Demand New Project Delivery Solutions

As rational facilities requirements are codified in response to COVID-19, health facilities professionals will be challenged with multiple large- and small-cap projects to address these new requirements for flexibility. Find out why value-based construction is a strategic fit for the small-cap projects.

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May 27, 2021
What the Data Says: Structural Steel Costs Volatility

In this edition of What the Data Says, we’re taking a look at the extraordinary rise in structural steel costs. Over the past several months, we have become accustomed to volatility in this commodity’s pricing but the latest increase is unprecedented. The price of structural steel has increased 91% since the last quarter of 2020, rising 45% in the past quarter.

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May 26, 2021
The Facilities Organization of Tomorrow: More on the State of Facilities in Higher Education

The State of Facilities report has generated a wealth of conversation among higher ed leaders. In an effort to continue this all-important discussion, we are answering a selection of questions we have received in thematic posts. This post looks at the facilities organization of tomorrow.

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May 11, 2021
The Benefits of Investing in ESG Sustainable Business Practices

Sustainable mutual funds are out performing the market at incredible rates. Why? Because investors and customers alike care about sustainable business practices. Learn how investing in sustainability could benefit your business.

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