Building Personality into Construction Websites

Website personalization can be executed in many different ways but is mostly all about communicating “why” your company is in business and the value it brings to projects that are different from your competitors.

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Funny Construction Jokes Contest

We are building a Construction Joke online resource, and maybe even an illustrated book in the future if we can get enough material. If you have a few good jokes to share, we will be happy to give you credit (if you want it) when we use them. WE will be giving away 5 –...

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Merry Christmas from the Brand Constructors!

We couldn’t resist sharing this fun festive image from Have a wonderful holiday season with your family and friends.

Happy Mardi Gras!

From our friends at George Rodrigue Studios who released the first posthumous print “Mardi Gras 2014” designed by George Rodrigue, which celebrates Carnival with his iconic Blue Dog. Our parent company, Design the Planet, was fortunate to work with George and his son, Jacques, last year to redesign

Dig This!

I’m in Las Vegas to present at ABC Institute and yesterday I had a little fun. After all my construction site visits, I finally got  to operate a bull dozer! Vegas is home to Dig This! where they let you drive an excavator or a bulldozer. Check out these pics!  

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween from The Brand Constructor and Design the Planet teams.

Construction at Disney World

Two weeks ago, I went to SMPS Build Business a few days early to enjoy the local sites – Walt Disney World. While many things at Disney are secret, no amount of Disney magic can hide what they’re building in the newly revamped Fantasyland. The Seven Dwarfs Mine Train roller coaster is under construction at...

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My Goodness, My Guinness

Something fun for the holiday week. Over the weekend, I found this image that combines a few of my favorite things: construction, Ireland, and Guinness. I’ve had the good fortune to have a few pints of Guinness in Ireland, and yes, it does taste better in Ireland.