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4 Mindset Shifts Creative Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Richard Branson

Aug 05, 2021 (0) comment , , ,

The high school dropout turned successful serial entrepreneur has undoubtedly left his mark on this world. Richard Branson has proven that anything is possible with the power of a strong mindset. With more than 300 businesses under his belt, Branson teaches creative entrepreneurs to take action with passion without overthinking it. The phrase “creative entrepreneur” far […]

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6 multifamily building failures and the changes they produced

Jul 15, 2021 (0) comment , , , ,

Past building disasters have led to enhanced codes and safety improvements for the construction of condos, hotels and other residential structures. As rescuers sift through the debris of the partial collapse of the Champlain Towers South building in Surfside, Florida, officials were hoping to find more survivors but now, they have shifted gears to finding […]

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Boring Co. proposal for 4-mile California loop advances

Feb 11, 2021 (0) comment , , ,

Brief: The Boring Co.’s next project is moving forward, as the Elon Musk-owned company begins negotiations with the San Bernardino County Transportation Authority to tunnel a 4-mile transit loop from the Metrolink train station in Rancho Cucamonga, California, to nearby Ontario International Airport, the Daily Bulletin reported. The SBCTA unanimously voted in favor of the […]

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New California Law Removes Restrictions to Residential Development

Feb 04, 2021 (0) comment , , ,

AB 3182 will help encourage the creation of residential development in older urban areas and master planned communities. California law AB 3182 is poised to help fuel residential development in the state. The law removes several barriers to construction to help encourage more residential construction, particularly in older urban markets and master planned communities, by […]

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The Dotted Line: 6 ways a construction contract can become unenforceable

Jan 29, 2021 (0) comment , , ,

Certain situations like illegality or coercion can invalidate a contract in whole or in part. Most contractors are well aware that they must abide by the performance standards and scope-of-work requirements in their contracts or potentially face legal action. What they might not realize is that there are situations that could render their contracts or […]

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When should contractors use COVID-19 liability waivers?

Aug 27, 2020 (0) comment , , ,

As a result of the novel coronavirus’ spread, construction industry players are preparing for permanent changes to the way they do business. Other changes that contractors likely will encounter moving forward through and after the pandemic, however, will be in their contracts, both between the owner and general contractor and between the general contractor and […]

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Stadium projects scoring construction goals in 2020

Jan 15, 2020 (0) comment , , ,

Live professional sports events are competing with the technology that creates a customized experience at home for fans. Despite the rise of streaming video and surround sound, new stadiums continue to populate the skylines of major cities — and even are used as bargaining chips to entice teams to relocate to a new city. So how […]

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Happy Memorial Day to These 5 Amazing Veteran Entrepreneurs

May 23, 2019 (0) comment , , ,

After fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq, these entrepreneurs have taken on the challenge of building new businesses. In honor of Memorial Day, we thought we’d take a look at the men and women who have not only served in our country’s armed forces, but have come home to embrace a different challenge–that of building an […]

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Reasons Enterprising Builders Should Consider Hempcrete

May 16, 2019 (0) comment , , ,

As more states legalize marijuana, cannabis has been growing in popularity in increasingly surprising ways. Want proof? Say hello to the hempcrete house. In case you’re wondering, these buildings won’t get you stoned. But they could become the next big thing in real estate for a whole bunch of reasons. Here’s everything you ever wanted to know […]

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Clark Construction to design, build $250M stadium in San Diego

Mar 05, 2019 (0) comment , , ,

 Brief: San Diego State University announced Thursday that it has chosen Clark Construction to design and build a new $250 million multi-use stadium at the school’s Mission Valley campus in San Diego.  The 35,000-seat stadium will be able to expand to accommodate a variety of special events, as well as professional and collegiate sports. Construction, which will […]

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