7 Common Construction Claims & How to Avoid Them Construction projects are complex, and they’re often subject to unexpected delays and circumstances. While these factors can be frustrating, they don’t need to derail your project or put your company at risk of a claim. By planning ahead and properly managing

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What should be included in construction schedules of values? A construction schedule of values (SOV) is important for managing cash flow, a critical project component that becomes more crucial the larger the venture is. In addition to assisting with project progress tracking, an SOV can ensure that everyone is paid

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Acquire a strong foundation in construction management with CCDC Document Webinars Get your new year off to a great start by attending the winter session of CCDC Document Webinars. The Canadian Construction Documents Committee (CCDC) authors will answer all your questions about three commonly used CCDC construction management (CM) contracts. January:

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New report details opportunities for sector beleaguered by workforce shortage and inflation

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BuildForce Magazine Fall 2022

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Construction Canada December 2022 digital edition is now available!

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PCE International: The Leading Marine & Protective Coatings Magazine December 2022

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October’s Nonresidential Construction Starts -8% M/M, +42% Y/Y, & +31% YTD Megaproject Authorizations Remain Upbeat ConstructConnect announced today that October 2022’s volume of construction starts, excluding residential work, was $47.5 billion, a decline of -8.2% compared with September’s figure of $51.7 billion (originally reported as $51.1 billion). The month-to-month decrease

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Monthly Business Barometer®   November 2022 Results Canada’s small business confidence is on a downwards trend for the third consecutive month. CFIB’s Business Barometer® short-term index, based on 3-month forward expectations for business performance, dropped another two points to 43.8. The long-term optimism index, which is based on a 12-month

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Ontario Preparing More Students for Careers in the Skilled Trades Expansion of dual credit program will help more secondary students participate in apprenticeship training TORONTO — The Ontario government is investing $4.8 million to expand the dual credit program, helping prepare more students for the jobs of tomorrow by better

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