Effective tools that today's modern contractor needs to successfully run a construction business and meet the unique challenges of construction accounting, project management, and service management.
The American Jobs Plan is a long-overdue investment in our country’s highways, bridges and communities that will in turn create millions of jobs to rebuild America’s infrastructure. If you’re interested in pursuing any of these upcoming projects, ensure your internal business functions are prepared to handle the influx of new work by following these steps.
The construction industry has inherent challenges that make cash flow management and collecting and paying bills challenging. The unpredictability of an invoice-based business, combined with the seasonality of construction work, makes it challenging to properly track cash flow. Learn industry best practices set your business up for long-term financial success.
Explore the new Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety guidance for COVID-19 prevention to help employers and construction workers identify and prevent risks.
Construction accounting is complex and mistakes are inevitable. We’ve identified the nine most common construction accounting mistakes so you can create a plan to avoid them.
The success or failure of any construction job is based on profit. Profit margins are razor-thin in construction. Job costing helps you project job expenses to identify problems before they affect profit.
A successful construction accounting software implementation is similar to a successful construction project in that thorough planning combined with skilled execution results in project success. Here are seven tips for a successful software implementation.