Surely you’ve heard about construction equipment auctions. But even if you have, do you know why they are gaining recognition and why a lot of interested parties now prefer to shop for their equipment in these venues? No? Well then, it’s about time you were schooled in the advantages of looking for and finding construction equipment for sale or lease in auctions. Your education starts now.
Q. What does interim occupancy mean? A. Many people don’t know this but when you buy pre construction, there is a period of time where you may have to pay a fee called an “occupany fee” to the builder. This monthly fee is paid to the builder until the building registers with the Land Registry Office. You are able to occupy the unit during this period but technically do not own it yet, until the date of closing. This fee can be compared to rent as it does not go towards your mortgage and is based on the unpaid balance of the purchase price, estimated land taxes and estimated common expenses (maintenance fees).
Cranes: You can have many types of canes from the all terrain hydraulic crane, to the boom truck. A boom truck is a piece of Job Quotes equipment that has a flat bed with a crane on it rather than a smaller cab for the crane with tracks. This crane system can be used to haul the material as well as move the crane about while hydraulic cranes tend to need a trailer and then roll off to be placed on the ground. These types of cranes tend to rotate 360 degrees.
Q. How do I book the elevator for move in? A. Contact the property management for booking the elevator. Many times, owners will have access to an Intranet where they can book items such as the elevator or party room, obtain parking passes, etc.
But, it gets even more interesting when I look at all the organizations we work with. Getting people to input progress updates into the system is usually the biggest omission and downfall in using Project Management software. It quickly reduces the value of all the previous planning and documentation effort spent in constructing the project plan, holding the kick-off meeting and assigning tasks.
Choosing a construction lawyer is an important business move for the sake of the business owners as well. They won’t have to worry every day about potential accidents because they know they have everything covered by a lawyer. They won’t have to deal with the accident by themselves. They have the support of professional lawyers who have dealt with construction accidents before. This alone is a good enough reason for many business owners to hire a construction lawyer beforehand.
In my experience this is the number one cause of failure, lets face it if you install something simple and get 100% of people to enthusiastically use it then you have succeeded. If you install something which promises to control every aspect of your business and only a couple of staff seriously use it then you’ve failed.
When your are buying construction safety equipment, you have to look at the product descriptions carefully and make sure the product meets or exceeds all CSA, ANSI, and OSHA standards. Only the ones that have been certified can be considered the best for construction safety.