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Timber! The Rise and (Hopeful) Fall of Lumber Prices

Answer the question "When Will Lumber Prices Go Down" and better understand the factors accounting for the current price hike.

Heavy Equipment Dealers Increase Profitability with GPS Tracking

Learn more about the latest construction industry trends including how a GPS Tracker for Heavy Equipment being added can ensure better fleet management.

Contractors’ Expectations Continue to Rise

Learn more about U.S. contractors' revenue expectations based on the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index.

Construction Industry Opportunities for Extended Employee Retention Credit

Read more about the possible extension of the Employee Retention Credit and how it could be great news for all qualifying businesses, especially those in the construction industry.
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Implementing Data Analytics

Learn how utilizing a commonly untapped resource, data, can improve workforce capacity and streamline executive insight into financial and operational performance.
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Todd Lucas | 1.14.2021

U.S. Infrastructure Not Making the Grade

Learn more about the U.S. Infrastructure report card provided by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and what needs to be addressed.

A Look at Some Ongoing Trends in the Construction Industry

Learn more about the ongoing trends prevalent in the construction industry in 2020 including technology integration.

CONFINDEX Remains Unchanged for Q3 2020

Learn more about The Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) survey on the construction industry.
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Postcard from Schneider Downs Construction Industry Webinar

Learn more about the Schneider Downs’ Construction Industry Update and get a snapshot of the current construction market and an outlook for the next year or two.

Choosing The Wrong Accounting Method for Home Construction Contracts is a Costly Mistake

Often you learn the most from your mistakes. If a contractor chooses the wrong accounting method, during the first two years of operations, the contractor
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