Building Financial Resilience
Building financial resilience into your business allows you to ride the ups and survive the downs of the cyclical construction industry. Learn more below:
Prequalify Your Contractors and Subs
As a contractor trying to meet tight deadlines and budgets, building financial resilience into your business is essential. Prequalifying your contractors and subcontractors ― for every job, every time ― is an important step in achieving this goal.
Download our contractor safety prequalification toolkit for actionable information and resources.Get the ToolkitNext :Get Back to Basics
Get Back to Basics
Refocus on managing project cash flows, monitoring project under-billings and deploying well-trained crews safely and productively.Next :Choose Jobs Wisely
Choose Jobs Wisely
Only bid on work for which you have expertise, can deliver with solid profit margins and can staff appropriately.
Create a Resilient Supply Chain
Know the difference between an efficient supply chain and a resilient one — and learn how to build the latter.
Watch our Webinar: Capitalizing on the Infrastructure Act
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) will allocate $1.2 trillion for federal, state and local governments to rebuild and repair infrastructure across the U.S.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn where the first round of IIJA funding is going, as well as upcoming deadlines and qualification requirements.Watch on Demand
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