From project to project you might notice that each of the owners and subcontractors you’re working with all have different ideas and goals for running a project. Though it’s very rare for any two entities to think alike on every matter related to your project, there are some basic core elements that you’ll always need to give attention to when setting up your construction project plan. Regardless of the endeavor or who you are working with, when you take the time to organize the following key construction project elements, you can rest assured that your project will run smoothly. Read more.
Commercial contractors need impressive, well-written resumes to convince companies to use their services. A poorly-written, disorganized resume means almost certain disqualification from most large commercial maintenance and repair jobs. Fortunately, creating a resume that shows the contractor to his best advantage is not difficult. Effective resumes focus on the contractor’s strengths and emphasize how he can help the client. The key elements of a persuasive resume for obtaining commercial contractor jobs include the following: Read more.