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Top Construction Blogs of 2020

As we head into a new year, here’s a look at our most popular blogs of 2020:

5 Qualities Construction Companies are Looking for in an Intern

The pandemic didn’t stop college recruitment, it just changed the way students and companies connected — from from virtual career fairs to video interviews. Our top blog of 2020 was insights into what construction companies are looking for in an intern, shared by our campus recruiter Hannah Haygood.

Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control

This simple and informative video blog from Vice President of Construction Rodney Logan remains one of our most visited blogs year after year. Take 2 minutes to watch and find out why it’s so popular.

Lumber Cost Surge: What it Means for Commercial Developments

In 2020, we saw the price of lumber reach record highs. Wood has traditionally been an affordable and reliable material, so what does the surge in cost mean for commercial development projects?

Meet Our Experts: Chris Potter

Chris Potter is a project executive with extensive experience planning and building healthcare, higher education, mixed-use, and multifamily projects. Here’s eight questions to get to know more about him.

5 Tips to Turn Your Construction Internships into Jobs

Two of our newer employees, David Miller and Justin Moore, started their story with our company as co-ops. In this popular blog, they share their personal stories and 5 pieces of advice to help students get the most out of their co-op program or internship to increase their chances of being hired on full time.

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