Improved Safety Measures and Equipment in the Construction Industry Can Significantly Reduce Risk Profiles

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Improved Safety Measures and Equipment in the Construction Industry Can Significantly Reduce Risk Profiles

Posted on November 26, 2019

No matter a person’s role on the project, visiting a construction site puts them in danger. Many people assume that it is simply part of the job – and many mortgage companies assume that folding this risk profile into their costs is a part of the job. The truth is that some of the most – Read the full article →

Keep an Eye on the Shift to Public-Private Partnerships Happening Throughout the Country

Posted on November 19, 2019

We are seeing a very sharp turn toward public-private partnerships (P3s) throughout the United States. As officials have critical projects and require alternative funding options, P3s are attractive to them. These options are appealing to private companies because they have the potential to bring in a new source of revenue. Keep reading to learn about – Read the full article →

Learn the Three Steps Contractors Must Take to Benefit from the Data Analytics Available with Fund Control Software

Posted on November 12, 2019

There is no question that construction firms are overcome with information in this day and age – and much of it is related to increasing their data analytics. It is true that, if used correctly, data can advance their business – but at we know how hard it can be to figure out where to – Read the full article →

More than 70% of Contractors Do Not Have a Technology Plan in Place and Other Surprising Facts

Posted on November 5, 2019

A recent study from FMI Corp. has resulted in some surprising and disappointing facts. According to the study, which looked at surveys from more than 665 contractors, the biggest concern was jobsite safety, yet only 54% said they had looked at technology as a way to help increase it. 57% of contractors named hiring and – Read the full article →

An Elephant in Every Construction Company Board Room: Mental Health Issues

Posted on October 28, 2019

Around 20% of Americans have some type of mental health issue and so it is no surprise that these issues exist in the construction industry as well. Whether you’re a disbursement company or a private equity company, a mortgage company or a bank, you can count on the fact that people within your company suffer – Read the full article →

Learn What the September Job Growth Report Says About the Future of the Construction Industry

Posted on October 21, 2019

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Employment Situation report, those in the construction industry may have plenty to look forward to in the coming months. Keep reading to learn more. If you are in an adjacent field, such as a disbursement company, can help in many ways. Call now to learn more about our – Read the full article →

Many Construction Projects Begin with Demolition: Learn How to Keep the Estimates Accurate

Posted on October 14, 2019

As a company that decides when and how much to lend construction companies, it is in your best interest to know how they can keep their costs down and what is likely to result in them being wildly overbudget. Today at we are focusing on construction projects that start with demolition and how to keep – Read the full article →

Safety Awareness is an Essential Part of the Construction Process: Can You Guess the Top 10 Most Cited OSHA Standards in 2019?

Posted on October 7, 2019

What is the most important thing to do on a construction site? If you are a disbursement company you may say that the most important thing a foreman can do is to keep the workers on schedule. If you are a mortgage lender you may say the same. No matter who you are there is – Read the full article →

5 Helpful Tips for Construction Firms within Their First Year of Operations

Posted on September 24, 2019

The first year as a new construction firm is often the hardest. Even if you have already built strong relationships with banks, private equity firms, and contractors, there are a lot of things that can go wrong. The upside is that every successful construction firm started just where you are – and you can be – Read the full article →

A Successful General Contractor Will Have Strong Relationships with their Subcontractors: Here’s How

Posted on September 18, 2019

As a General Contractor, there are a lot of things on your plate. You have to find the best lenders, fund control companies, and much more. We hate to add another step to your list but this one is essential: Building strong relationships with your subcontractors. It may seem simple but there are a few – Read the full article →