How Quality Construction Companies Sell Quality Work

If you want to gain new customers and impress existing ones with your commitment to delivering quality work, there is an art to the sell. Think about an area where you have some level of experience—woodworking, cycling, car repair, etc. Now think about times when you have had conversations with other people about that topic. You can usually tell if they know what they’re talking about. Guess what? Other people can do the same. When a current or potential client asks about quality management, you must be able to talk the talk. If you don’t, they will know that you can’t walk the walk.

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7 Things the Best Construction Quality Managers Do to be Successful

One of the best ways to achieve excellence in your work is to learn from others who have been successful. However, understanding the core concepts behind construction quality management isn’t enough—you have to execute them. If you are a construction quality manager and would like to improve your processes, consider adopting the following seven practices. It might take some time to roll them out and shift the way crews and subcontractors think about quality, but in the long run, getting to first-time quality is worth the effort.

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What Does It Mean to Up Your Game on “Quality” in Construction?

Through our regular interactions with various big players in the construction industry, we have noticed more and more that quality is being driven from the top down. Owners of large buildings and developers of multiple projects are now asking their contractors to up their game on quality management, for a number of reasons:

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Why Construction Quality Management Software Beats Spreadsheets Every Time

Adopting a new construction quality management software solution can feel overwhelming or even unnecessary, especially if you already have a collection of spreadsheets that helps you manage quality. However, it’s important to ask these three key questions:

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4 Steps to Evaluate Subcontractor Performance

Every Builder knows that having a solid specialty subcontractor base can make or break the company. Subcontractors who show-up on time and complete their jobs 100% keep the building schedule moving. Contractors who don’t, create complications and delays that can give the Builder a bad reputation.

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Managing Trade Partner Growth: Why Some Builders Succeed and Others Fail

The last couple of years have been optimistic for homebuilders, with rising home prices and increased margins. However, as pipeline reports lengthen, a new problem has surfaced: the trades struggle to keep up with the increased demand. And, when the subcontractors grow too fast, the building quality can suffer.

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