CBP Weekly Newsletter - 5-6-20

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Your Weekly Dose of Inspiration

Industry Updates

Staying Vigilant is Key to Keeping Work Sites Healthy

As builders work during the COVID-19 pandemic, many are doing their best to play it safe and keep themselves healthy. But it helps to have another pair of eyes look at your operations. 

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The Big Questions: How to Cope With Project Delays and Unknowns During COVID-19 — Part Two

Luke J. Farley Sr. and Dixie T. Wells look again at construction in the age of COVID-19, including the recovery of labor and materials costs. 

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How Builders Can Adapt to the ‘New Normal’

Reduced staffing on job sites, halted projects and mandatory work-from-home orders for the corporate headquarters have seriously affected the construction industry.

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That's Quite a Number


The Associated General Contractors of America reported that construction employment dropped in 99 out of 358 metro areas from March 2019 to March 2020, as the pandemic has resulted in shutdown orders and project cancellations. 

Today's Quote/Unquote:

"It is a new time for all of us, and we need to adapt quickly to keep up with the needs of our customers and the requirements of health officials."

— Ken Funk, vice president at Arthur Funk & Sons Construction Services, on working during the COVID-19 pandemic. (LebTown)

A Company That Inspires Us

Forward Thinking and Resilience Help Ozinga Weather Challenges

There are times when it makes sense to take a chance and get out in front of the rest of the field. That’s what Ozinga, one of the nation’s largest family-owned and oldest construction materials companies, did a few years ago.

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For Your Viewing Pleasure

PCL uses modular construction to build a smart screening and testing pod for COVID-19.

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Latest eBook

CBP - Ebook 2020, Issue 2

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