How to Make Your Construction Company More Bondable

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Securing a bond can be a major hurdle for commercial construction companies looking to land bigger projects and grow their businesses. This is especially true if bidding on a government contract. What is bonding? Bonding is similar to an insurance policy, in that a surety bond company will cover the cost to fix any problems… Read more »

Projects We Love: Tampa International Airport Expansion

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Tampa International Airport (TIA) is nearly finished with the first phase of its roughly $2.3 billion expansion. The first phase has included the construction of one of the largest car rental facilities in the country (2.6 million square feet), and a 1.4 mile people mover track, plus renovations to each of the four existing airsides… Read more »

What is Commercial Construction Contract Financing?

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Commercial construction contract financing is a way for contractors and subcontractors to borrow dollars they need for the early stages of a particular job by using the value of their contract as collateral for the loan. Mobilization Funding, sometimes referred to as Mobilization Financing, is a commercial construction contract financing option for subcontractors who are… Read more »

Insurance Policy Tips For Commercial Construction Businesses

Insurance Policy Tips for Commercial Construction Business

The world of insurance can be confusing, especially for commercial construction business owners who need coverage for their commercial contracting companies. The challenge is buying the right insurance so that your company is adequately protected and still within its operating budget. Insurance expert, Beckie Ervin of Ervin Insurance Concepts, recently spoke with Mobilization Funding to… Read more »

Simple Steps to Prevent Your Construction Business from Being Hacked

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If you own a construction company, you might feel pretty safe from hackers. Your company may not have a website, physical office location or a big staff. But unless you operate on a paper-only basis, you could be susceptible to hackers who want to exploit information and steal dollars from you, your company, employees, and… Read more »