A Simple, Four-Step Approach to Construction Safety

by Jelani Rucker on March 4, 2015

It's a well-known fact that working in construction has its hazards, and with construction season upon us – if winter ever decides to leave, that is – safety on the job site should be a focal point for every project manager's mind. If safety's not a main concern, take these numbers into consideration (courtesy of...

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4 Ways Project Managers Can Save Money on Construction Projects

by Jelani Rucker on January 6, 2015

As project manager, it’s your job to make sure a project is completed. Responsible for the planning, coordinating, budgeting and supervision the project from start to finish, you are the point person. You make sure everything goes smoothly – even though it probably won’t. (It’s the sad truth, my friends.) Despite the hours spent planning...

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The 5 Must-read Electrical Blogs of 2012

by Jelani Rucker on December 11, 2012

At Wheatland Tube, we’re all for shining the spotlight on the electrical industry’s adoption of social media. If social media isn’t on your 2013 marketing bucket list, you might want to think again. Take a look at the National Electrical Contractors Association’s (@NECAnet)...

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