It’s impossible to guarantee that a construction project will not have any challenges. However, what a construction company can do is develop a series of core values that honor the client and the project to significantly reduce the risk of any failures.
Big data, analytics and drones are beginning to work together for better project management in the industry to form a 360-degree construction project management system.
In celebration of Women in Construction week, enjoy interviews with Cindy Stevens and Jacki Grubb as they offer their perceptions on the state of women in construction and working at Triple Crown Construction.
Women in Construction Week: Celebrating women in the construction industry.
It has become critical for hotels to adapt to new ways of thinking small in order to increase profitability.
Many hotel owners are flustered by the lack of guidelines that need to be followed in order to execute the Property Improvement Plan. This is something we can help with.
These are some of the hottest trends the hotel industry will see in 2020, ranging from eco-friendly hospitality to hotel design trends.
Bill Bonolis, TCC Project Manager, discusses the renovation project at the Fairfield Inn & Suites in Archdale, NC while work was in-progress including challenges faced, client feedback and interesting circumstances.
The construction industry is ever evolving, and technology is playing a major role. Here are six major technology trends to watch out for in the construction industry during 2020.