How to Plan Complex Projects in Crowded Spaces

How to Plan Complex Projects in Crowded Spaces

How to Plan Complex Projects in Crowded Spaces By Greg Brooke, General Superintendent Imagine you’re visiting Florida for a summer vacation. You’ve planned the trip, bought the tickets, and booked rooms for your family. In the middle of your stay, your hotel loses...
5 Ways Preconstruction Can Create Certainty

5 Ways Preconstruction Can Create Certainty

5 Ways Preconstruction Can Create Certainty By Mark Winters, VP of Preconstruction We’ve all heard, “there’s no such thing as a sure thing.” While that’s true, in our industry there are proactive steps you can take to mitigate your risk on a project and protect your...
Is Modular Construction Right for Your Project?

Is Modular Construction Right for Your Project?

Is Modular Construction Right for Your Project? By Ashley Colburn, Director of SmartBuild What difference does a decade make? Well, think about this — ten years ago, Uber, Instagram, and 4G networks didn’t exist. In fact, it was this time 10 years ago that Apple first...
3 Ways to Mix Tenants in Mixed-Use Projects

3 Ways to Mix Tenants in Mixed-Use Projects

By Stacey Berthon, Senior Vice President What makes a good neighbor? Or maybe a better question is what makes a bad neighbor? Someone who plays loud music? Maybe someone whose visitors park in front of your house? It can be tricky to live in close proximity to people...
How to Keep Steel Work on Schedule and Budget

How to Keep Steel Work on Schedule and Budget

By Mark Cameron, Director of Preconstruction Think about an assembly line. The workers at the beginning of the line have their parts and are ready to get started. But what happens if the work station down the line doesn’t have their materials yet? Production will...