People

Blogs and guides related to people, workforce management and talent development.

  • Can Staircase Design Shape Your Feelings?

    Can Staircase Design Shape Your Feelings?

    It’s generally accepted that humans evolved from early tree-dwelling ancestors. We learned to walk upright and live on the ground, making up for the relative safety of life in the branches with...

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  • UK Spring Statement 2018

    UK Spring Statement 2018

    The UK Spring Statement 2018 was released mid-March. Could it affect you or your business? Take a look at some of the key findings below to find out.

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  • IR35 and UK Tax Reform

    IR35 and UK Tax Reform

    IR35. If you’ve never seen this code, it probably looks as meaningless as it does harmless. But don’t be misled. If you’re an MEP professional and you’re used to subcontracting for a large company to

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  • Mental Health In Construction

    Mental Health In Construction

    When you think about jobsite hazards, physical risks probably top the list — an unprotected fall, an unmarked restricted zone, etc. But what about the dangers you can’t see? Anxiety,...

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  • Ways to Understand Labour Costs In Your Estimates

    Ways to Understand Labour Costs In Your Estimates

    Accurate estimating is a must in the construction industry. You need good estimates of the costs involved in any project on the table in order put in a realistic bid.

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  • Energy Efficiency In the 18th Edition, Explained

    Energy Efficiency In the 18th Edition, Explained

    With the 18th Edition wiring regulations (BS7671,18th) approaching, and energy efficiency included, it has become one truly hot topic. This blog discusses what electricians in the UK need to know abou

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  • 5 Reasons to Invest in AECO Education and Outreach

    5 Reasons to Invest in AECO Education and Outreach

    Students going to college to land a job in the construction industry usually study construction management, architecture, or design. Textbooks can offer the necessary education to a certain...

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  • How to Find Talented Estimators During the Labour Shortage

    How to Find Talented Estimators During the Labour Shortage

    There are a lot of essential roles within the construction industry that don’t physically involve getting your hands dirty. In addition to the individuals undertaking the actual construction,...

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  • When Robots Deliver

    When Robots Deliver

    We’re living in an automated world, and robots are no longer science fiction— they’re increasingly science fact. Most tech comes with a downside, and surely you’ve read predictions about the impact of

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  • When Your Supply Chain Goes Wrong: From KFC to Construction

    When Your Supply Chain Goes Wrong: From KFC to Construction

    What happens when a supply chain of any size, such as the one at KFC, goes wrong? You can’t help but wonder what led to it happening, and if valuable lessons have been learnt.

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  • Top Jobs in Construction for 2018

    Top Jobs in Construction for 2018

    Construction workers are needed like never before— and with the resource shortage across the globe, there is no better time to consider construction jobs. Here are the top construction jobs in the UK

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  • No Detailer Is Detailing This Much Conduit

    No Detailer Is Detailing This Much Conduit

    Adam Jeninga is a Detailer at Interstates, an electrical construction and automation company with locations throughout the Midwest. Adam was awarded Staff Pick for a BIM project he submitted at...

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  • How Construction Asset Management Supports Success

    How Construction Asset Management Supports Success

    For project managers in construction, it seems there are always a hundred different ways you could improve your workflow. But, actually making a change and dealing with the disruption that can...

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  • Exoskeletons for Construction Workers Are Marching Onsite

    Exoskeletons for Construction Workers Are Marching Onsite

    For construction workers of the not-so-distant future, the term “suit up” may refer to sporting a metal exosuit – an exoskeleton for construction workers – which provides robotic strength, even...

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  • How to Challenge the Challengers In Your CAD Department

    How to Challenge the Challengers In Your CAD Department

    You want to improve, but that stubborn detailer says “No.” Find a champion, use them to prove that change is good, then give your resistant resource an ultimatum. Don’t let your company suffer...

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  • Top 10 Reasons to Implement BIM

    Top 10 Reasons to Implement BIM

    Building Information Modelling, or BIM, is quickly becoming the standard in building and project design. This model-based approach is used for both communication and collaboration; however, ...

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  • Real-Time Technology Benefits People Management

    Real-Time Technology Benefits People Management

    Construction companies have endless assets they need to carry out their services and make a profit. But as the saying goes, a company’s greatest asset is its people.   What is asset...

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  • 7 Signs of Asset MISmanagement in Construction

    7 Signs of Asset MISmanagement in Construction

    Most businesses have a wide range of assets, and construction firms are no exception. Employees are often described as a company’s greatest asset and having the right talent in place is, of...

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  • How to Add Value to Your Estimates With Value Engineering

    How to Add Value to Your Estimates With Value Engineering

    For today’s estimators, value engineering shouldn’t just be a requirement – it should be a priority. Download our latest guide to discover how you can add value to your cost estimates.

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  • LEGO and Minecraft Can Teach You About BIM

    LEGO and Minecraft Can Teach You About BIM

    If you’re new to Building Information Modeling (BIM), diving in and learning the process can be a bit intimidating. This leads to several questions about how it will impact your business,

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