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7 Things Successful Entrepreneurs Believe

Feb 16, 2017 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

Start with “Anything is possible” and proceed from there. Your beliefs determine a significant portion of your life. They inform your decisions, they dictate how you react to different circumstances and they even affect how you interact with the people around you. This goes for any kind of belief, whether it’s political, religious or philosophical, and it’s important […]

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Everything at Apple’s next campus—including the toilets—is inspired by the iPhone

Feb 09, 2017 (0) comment , , , , , ,

At some point this year, Apple will move roughly 14,000 employees into its brand new spaceship-shaped headquarters in Cupertino, California. The campus, which reportedly took 13,000 contractors and $5 billion to build, was one of the last major projects that Apple founder Steve Jobs worked on, and its construction has apparently has been held to […]

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Ready for kickoff: Stadium design tech on display at Super Bowl LI and beyond

Feb 03, 2017 (0) comment , , , , , , ,

It’s nearly time. 71,795 screaming fans. 110-million plus global TV viewers. $5 million 30-second ads. The chance for the New England Patriots to claim their fifth Super Bowl championship, or the Atlanta Falcons their first. Lady Gaga. And yet one question remains for the structural engineering team at Houston-based Walter P Moore, which helped to build […]

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Contract for nation’s largest medical marijuana facility has MA construction firm flying high

Jan 19, 2017 (0) comment , , , ,

Brief: AmeriCann, a Denver-based medical marijuana operations developer, has selected a Boston-area contractor to build the largest cannabis facility of its kind in Freetown, MA, the Boston Business Journal reported. Campanelli Construction, based in Braintree, MA, will build the first phase of the 1-million-square-foot Massachusetts Medical Cannabis Center on a 53-acre parcel that was most […]

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How to leverage corporate programs to survive the construction talent drought

Jan 19, 2017 (0) comment , , , , ,

There’s no denying that the available skilled labor pool is shrinking. The Associated General Contractors found in its annual survey that even more employers anticipate difficulty in finding qualified help this year than they did in 2016. It’s not just field workers and supervisors who are in short supply. Project managers are hard to come by, and […]

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4 Things Every Entrepreneur Needs to Do the First Week of the New Year

Dec 29, 2016 (0) comment , , , ,

Don’t just get busy, get busy doing what is basic to growth the next 12 months. Now that the holidays are over and the new year is upon us, it’s time to head back to the lab to formulate fresh, smart, and effective ideas that will grow your organization. Whatever the size of your firm, […]

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eSUB Construction Software raises $5 million to help subcontractors track jobs and get paid

Dec 22, 2016 (0) comment , , , , , , , ,

A San Diego startup called eSUB Construction Software has raised $5 million in a Series A round led by Revolution Ventures according to President and CEO Wendy Rogers. The company’s cloud-based project management apps help subcontractors track and get compensated for all the work they do on construction jobs. Rogers said, “There’s a saying that […]

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4 Myths about Entrepreneurs That You Probably Thought Were True

Dec 14, 2016 (0) comment , , , ,

The connection between Entrepreneurs and risks is clear. The dictionary can scarcely define an entrepreneur without including the fact that he accepts risks as part of his fundamental job descriptions. While we cannot remove risks from businesses generally, and entrepreneurship specifically, there is a clear difference between taking risks and having risky behaviors. There have […]

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In The Future Skyscrapers Will Be Built Out Of Timber

Dec 08, 2016 (0) comment , , , , ,

Several years ago, the Vancouver planning commission received an unusual request. An architecture firm wanted to build an 18-story skyscraper out of wood. In Canada, like most of the world, building codes restrict timber structures to four stories, six at most. Brock Commons, which will house more than 400 University of British Columbia students beginning […]

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5 Life Lessons Every Entrepreneur Must Learn

Dec 01, 2016 (0) comment , , , ,

The faster you learn these five tips, the quicker you will be on the road to success. As we grow into adulthood, we have to learn a multitude of lessons in order to be successful, well-adjusted human beings. Don’t hit your big brother or he’ll probably slug you back harder. Check. Don’t eat an entire […]

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