VOLUME 5   ISSUE 39   OCTOBER 07, 2016


By Bruce Jervis


The “Measured Mile Method” is a technique used for quantifying equitable adjustments (pricing claims) when repetitive or recurring items of work are affected by delay or disruption for which the project owner is responsible. Production rates in unaffected segments of work are compared with production rates for impacted segments of the same work, resulting in a cost comparison. Read more.


This week's blog highlights from across the industry look at:


  • 4 Ways to Reduce Waste at Your Construction Project

  • Concrete Moisture - An Emerging Problem?

  • Just-In-Time Training - Lean Concepts for On-The-Job Learning



Linking Wales with England the one mile long bridge reaches a height of 445 feet at its peak. This video follows a maintenance crew as they walk up and perform their tasks.  What's really interesting about this particular video is the use of a 360-degree camera setup. Read more.  






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