In this first-of-a-series of beyond-the-budget housing analyses, we'd challenge business leaders to now consider reframing customer-centricity as a strategic foundation to secure and sustain capability.
What does the re-emergence of super-subcontractors as capital-resourced, technologically evolved, and professionally managed gatekeepers of building capability mean in today's homebuilding landscape?
This 6-year-old construction as a service platform -- a double-helix of committed human know-how and exponential technology -- readies itself for an accelerated growth in higher volume and new markets.
The Builder's Daily celebrates and extends thanks to the homebuilding business community for 2021 achievement, and years-ahead of livelihoods that make lives and communities whole. Here's 10 blessings.
Marketing & Sales 10.08.21
What do the 'dynamics' of housing, the economy, policy, the pandemic, and social upheaval challenge building's leaders to do as 2021 leads to next year?
None of today's array of risks, threats, and challenges is insurmountable if leaders sustain the trust, resolve, and focus of team members.
The Homebuilding Workforce Engagement Survey -- a collaboration of the Leading Builders of America and the Building Talent Foundation -- needs your help. Here's how.
Memes of stacked shipping containers, and log-jammed container ships, etc. notwithstanding, construction and real estate's workflows, construction cycle, and value chain mean people are the essential resource.
Solving American homebuilding's biggest challenges -- attainability, sustainability, and next generation talent -- may seem impossible. Left with no choice, we'll rally.
The rapidly-shrinking construction workforce exposes both a glaring threat and an enormous potential for transformative growth. Can the data drive action?