Tag Archive: Construction

Suicide Prevention

September is National Suicide Prevention Month: Will You #BeThe1To?

On-site safety is often the number one priority of construction companies, unfortunately, one of the biggest dangers is not what happens on the job, but off it. Mental health issues are abundant in every industry, but for the construction industry, they are immense. Construction is the number one industry for number of suicides and the number two industry in suicide…
Read more

Suicide Prevention

Construction that Cares: Join the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention

July 2016 Center for Disease Control’s (CDC) report revealed that construction is one of the most at-risk industries for suicide. Accordingly, the Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA) formed the Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention. With the support of 30 key organizations, the Alliance launched with a mission to provide resources for suicide prevention and to promote mental health within…
Read more

Growing Your Construction Firm

Key Considerations When Growing Your Construction Firm

The future for the construction industry is looking bright. Industry growth is expected for commercial, residential, and infrastructure specialties. It may be time to take advantage of the potential opportunities by expanding your business, but keep in mind: growth contributes to many of the reasons a construction business may fail. Growing your construction firm means growing liability, growing risks, and growing…
Read more

what you need to build a successful construction business

RinehimerBaker Provides Accounting and Tax Services for Contractors

Leading outsourced accounting services firm RinehimerBaker is now offering complete accounting and tax services for contractors, remodelers, and service firms of all sizes. The professionals at RinehimerBaker not only offer expertise in accounting and tax, but they understand the nuances of the construction industry. Additionally, RinehimerBaker is a member of the Builder Sourcing alliance, and uses AICPA-approved INTACCT Cloud Software…
Read more

Construction Marketing Association Membership

Become a Member of the Construction Marketing Association

If you’re interested in construction marketing, you’ll find no resource like the Construction Marketing Association. Our specialization in marketing for the A/E/C industry is seldom found elsewhere. Our informative blogs about all kinds of issues in the construction industry and relevant marketing advice are all free, but there are some important resources you can’t unlock unless you’re a member. These…
Read more

Survey Results

2017 Construction Marketing Outlook Survey Results

To better understand 2017’s plans and priorities in the construction industry, the Construction Marketing Association conducted a national survey of construction professionals. The following questions were asked: 1. In 2017, will you increase or decrease overall marketing activities and budgets? 2. What traditional marketing tactics will you increase or decrease in 2017? 3. What Internet marketing tactics will you increase or…
Read more

Submit Your Entry to the Construction Marketing STAR™ Awards

The Construction Marketing Association is calling for entrants in this year’s annual Construction Marketing STAR™ awards. Each year, CMA recognizes effective marketing in the construction industry in 16 categories, including: advertising, content, trade shows, video, and internet. Each category with have STAR and SUPERSTAR winners, plus a BEST IN SHOW. CMA has even decided to add a new category this…
Read more

Content Marketing Best Practices – Survey

Content Marketing is one of the best ways for a B2B business to gain visibility. This is because good content impresses prospective customers, as well as industry peers. In addition, great content supports search authority and drives lead generation.

Expert Interview with CMA’s Chairman & CEO

In a recent interview with 24/7 Massachusetts Contractors Academy, CMA’s Chairman and Chief Marketing Officer, Neil M. Brown, gives expert advice on creating a marketing association for the construction industry.