Commercial Construction & Contracting Resources

6 Considerations Before Starting a Civil Construction Project

Posted by Park Enterprise Construction on April 13, 2018

Civil construction projects require honest and upfront communication of your needs and how the contractor proposes to meet them. Both sides should come prepared to hammer out dirty details to achieve a squeaky clean project in the end.

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Topics: Parking Lot, Asphalt Paving, asphalt milling, contractors, demolition contractors, underground utilities, civil construction, regulations, rules, Ohio construction

Park Enterprise Construction Hosts Next Generation of Construction Professionals

Posted by Park Enterprise Construction on March 19, 2018

So many of us remember that feeling of uncertainty as we prepared to leave school and enter the workforce. Before landing a first construction job, or one in nearly any other profession, it’s common to wonder:

  • Am I employable?
  • Have I learned enough entry-level skills to be valuable?
  • Am I prepared for this level of responsibility?
  • Will my job pay well and help support my family?
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Topics: Asphalt Paving, contractors, demolition contractors, construction equipment, GPS, site work, underground utilities, civil construction

8 Things Your Civil Construction Contractor Needs From You

Posted by Park Enterprise Construction on March 8, 2018

A great civil construction contractor can build even greater things. One thing it can’t do, however, is work miracles or read minds. There’s a level of communication that must happen between you and your contractor to ensure a successful project.

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Topics: Parking Lot, Asphalt Paving, demolition, contractors, demolition contractors, site work, underground utilities, civil construction, regulations, rules, Ohio construction

What is a Civil Construction Company? And Do I Need One?

Posted by Park Enterprise Construction on February 15, 2018

Great question. We love great questions around here! What better way to learn and effectively communicate your needs?

A civil construction company develops and manages the construction of projects like:

  • Roads, highways, and other driving surfaces
  • Underground utility infrastructure
  • Bridges
  • Tunnels
  • Site development
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Topics: Asphalt Paving, contractors, site work, underground utilities, civil construction

Construction Site Preparation: 9 Things to Know Before Breaking Ground

Posted by Park Enterprise Construction on January 24, 2018

General contractors would love to have a crystal ball. We would love to know before walking on your site that crews will hit a massive underground rock formation or an old, rusted oil pipeline. We would love to know ahead of time if municipalities and environmental groups will look favorably upon your project.

Regrettably, we’re not psychics. But due diligence and effective communication between you and your general contractor go a long way toward construction site preparation.

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Topics: Insider, contractors, site work

Site Work Construction: Why Experience Matters

Posted by Park Enterprise Construction on January 10, 2018

Experience speaks volumes in construction, as with any profession. Site work construction is a detail-oriented process with many possible variables and outcomes for which only years on the job can prepare you.

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Topics: contractors, site work

GPS Construction Equipment: Getting Your Job Site on the Level

Posted by Park Enterprise Construction on January 5, 2018

Construction requires precision. Failure to pay attention to detail can force errors, even by fractions of an inch, that could crush your project’s stability.

That’s why the strongest contractors in the business invest in GPS construction equipment. It adds another dimensional perspective for:

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Topics: contractors, construction equipment, GPS, site work

Countdown to D-Day: 9 Questions to Ask Your Demolition Contractors

Posted by Park Enterprise Construction on November 29, 2017

Demolishing a building or piece of infrastructure is no small matter. Both the property owner and the contractor must anticipate red tape and consider unforeseen circumstances that could result in litigation, personal injury, or worse, death. That’s the logistics involved in physically tearing it down or ripping it up.

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Topics: demolition, contractors, demolition contractors