Hello once again and welcome to the construction industry podcast. Click on the player above to listen to it, or subscribe to it on iTunes or BlackBerry Podcasts. Today we will talk about how a bad economy can be a great opportunity for your business and career. We will also have an interview with Deborah […]
Here it is folks, our very first episode of the Construction Industry Podcast! Pardon my “ahns” and “uhns!” Below you will find a transcription of the show. I would love to hear what you think of our podcast. Write me by clicking “contact” on the website main menu.
Hello friends of Remontech, We would like to announce that very very soon we will be launching the Construction Industry Podcast. In it we will share our contacts in the construction industry in the form of interviews, tech tips, and personal stories. We hope to take some of the things we learned in the construction […]
We have all heard of institutions such as the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA). These bodies provide proven methodologies and frameworks for project management. While those are widely used for larger and mega construction projects, in my experience working for construction project managers I have noticed that they […]
Continuing our interviews on building green, meet Michelle Lohr from GnM Lohr Homes, out of Texas. GnM specializes in building green homes and Michelle offers us great insights on the industry and trends. Enjoy!
Green buildings are popping up everywhere, and many construction companies are acquiring the skills and certifications necessary to join the green wave. Tri-North Builders is not an exception. They, however, went a step further: not only are they experts in building green, but they decided to build their own Gold LEED certified office headquarters in […]
In this day and age, it is virtually imperative that every construction site is able to access the Internet. Sometimes, this is easier said than done. In this article we will show you the current alternatives that are available, particularly in the United States and Canada. Please feel free to comment on your own opinions […]
We humans have always managed projects. If you ever read an introductory book on Project Management, I’m willing to bet that at some point the building of the pyramids in Egypt or the Colosseum in Rome were mentioned as examples of how old project management is.What do all of those examples have in common?