ABC lays out steps for reducing safety incidents by 85%
May14

ABC lays out steps for reducing safety incidents by 85%

Companies that take proactive measures to prevent jobsite safety breaches can reduce their number of incidents by 85%, according to a new Associated Builders and Contractors study. The ABC 2019 Safety Performance Report is based on data from member contractors that have deployed the association’s Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP). Industry safety performance is often measured using lagging indicators such as the total...

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How To Effectively Manage An Under-Performing Sub
Apr24

How To Effectively Manage An Under-Performing Sub

The Dotted Line: When a subcontractor doesn’t perform according to the terms of its contract, it can often can turn a general contractor’s or owner’s experience of a great project from dream to nightmare. In the execution of many construction projects, subs provide the bulk of the labor and materials. The entire job can be impacted if any one sub fails to meet the schedule or provides a substandard product —​ whether...

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Tenant Improvements
Apr24

Tenant Improvements

Aguilera Brothers Construction, Inc. is the lead Tenant Improvement general contractor in Southern California. Our team has completed 100’s of T.I.’s over the years with 97% of them on schedule and on budget. We understand how to build an existing space into something new and fresh. ABC, Inc. works with our clients to convert vision into a space that enhances their businesses. ABC, Inc. specializes in occupied space T.I.’s...

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7 trends that will shape commercial construction in 2019
Mar27

7 trends that will shape commercial construction in 2019

Is a trend really a trend if it repeats year after year? That’s a valid concern in the commercial construction world. For a competitive and fragmented industry that happens to be resistant to some of the rapid evolution noted in others, participants and observers are continually seeing some of the same glacial movements take center stage. For example, the skilled labor shortage that has roiled the country isn’t going...

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Autonomous robots working together are industry’s next big thing
Mar21

Autonomous robots working together are industry’s next big thing

Construction of large structures by smaller, autonomous robots coordinating with each other is “rapidly gaining momentum” in the field of robotics research, finds a new study from science robotics, and can address a “critical societal need for safe, inexpensive, sustainable and automated construction.”Collective robotics, by which several robotic systems modify a shared environment, allows companies to integrate design, construction...

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