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April 9, 2019
Employee Spotlight: Mahalo for Improving Facilities

Joie Serra’s childhood love for construction has flourished into a career that has (literally) taken her miles. In our interview, Joie explains her journey to leadership, how she celebrates life's wins and why it's important to embrace challenges.

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April 3, 2019
Innovative School Business Officials Make the Grade

School business officials across the country are making the grade in timely construction with innovative procurement methods. Learn how Job Order Contracting empowers schools to respond quickly to emergency repairs, complete summer construction projects and renovate quickly to improve school safety and security.

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April 1, 2019
Best Practices to Stay on Budget

While you never want to get on the wrong side of your finance department, cost overruns for construction projects are common. There can be a lot of moving parts and parties to a repair or renovation project, and it’s easy to creep beyond the original scope. Here are four best practices to remain on budget and avoid cost overruns.

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March 27, 2019
Employee Spotlight: Construction Manager Mentors Contractors

Erika Dominguez has a black belt in construction management and parenting, and will soon achieve her black belt in Taekwondo. In our interview, she explains how she went from client to employee, how she helps contractors succeed and what she loves about her career.

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March 22, 2019
What the Data Says: Wood Costs

Our examination of the costs of the construction industry’s most prominent materials continues with a look at the price of wood.

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What the Data Says: Wood Costs
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