We are a blog that wants to bring the whole industry together and help both the top company owners, the managers, the blue and the white-collar workers to find each other and hear each other.
You will find the most different types of information on our site. If you’re working on the next big thing, you will find many research data that could be useful for a preconstruction process. If you’re a worker you can find out how to protect your right and what is considered good and bad in the industry now. There are also tons of news articles, we try to discuss and keep you informed on the most controversial issues.
Our experts work with tons of information, processing it for you. We have legal folks on our team, as well as managers and aspiring managers, small construction company owners and regular workers. We are giving you the most different views.
Our Main Goal
We believe that the industry is years away from what it should be in the 21st century. We believe that using media and information we can change the way the construction industry does business.
We believe that the most widespread sins of construction are:
- Bad conditions.
It’s time to improve the conditions for regular workers and make the environment more comfortable for people.
- Discrimination and underpayment.
This is still a huge issue for many companies. There is also inequality and plain biases or even racism when it comes to the hiring process. Even though the activists are trying to fight the issue, it’s still there. We do our best to highlight the issue.
- The lack of investment.
It’s clear that if you look at the reports, the industry doesn’t get a lot of financing. Sometimes it’s just enough for a building process, however, it’s not enough to make any improvement. Which creates the next problem.
- The lack of development and tech progress.
Construction has 0 level of innovativeness. It’s especially clear when so many other projects and industries get extra financing, no one seems to pay more for construction.
- The size of the bureaucracy.
The amount of paperwork, litigation issues and the documents you need to be signed for a successful construction project make it impossible for a field to be innovative and interesting. It also wastes time for a head of the company and makes it harder to hire workers.
These are the issues we try to address on our blog. This is the fight we are fighting and you’re welcome to join us here. If you support our cause and you can help and create posts about those issues or you want to spread the word and recommend our articles to your friends, don’t hesitate!