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August 2017

The Many Benefits of Value Engineering

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Let’s face it, most companies could stand to operate in a stronger, more effective manner. Be it time wasted in meetings or too many resources used, these mistakes can be costly.

In the construction world, value engineering is a great way to combat that waste. Created during World War II by General Electric, this process is all about helping businesses become more efficient.

And if you’re a contractor, there’s one universal truth: your process could be more efficient. And what does efficiency lead to? More money.

Read on to learn why it’s time to invest in value engineering services.

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Hanging Out

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The suspension rope supporting a temporary platform is the single most important element of a suspended scaffold. You may not agree with this—too bad for you. What if the rope breaks? The platform can only go down and if you are at a considerable height, the result will be mostly unpleasant. Understanding this suggests that we should probably be sensitive to the condition of the rope to which we trust our lives.
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