The Hoar Blog

Why Face-to-Face Communication is Important in Construction

by Tiffany Fessler, Communications Manager

Communication is all about the exchange of information and ideas between people. There are many ways communication happens today – texts, emails, phone calls, Instagram photos – but face-to-face communication still remains a relevant part of business. Learn More Why Face-to-Face Communication is Important in Construction

Hurricane Season: Ways to be Prepared for Fall Storms

By Hoar Construction

Tropical Storm Emily, which soaked the West Coast of Florida Monday, was a reminder we’re heading into peak hurricane season in the Atlantic. While hurricane season runs June 1 through Nov. 30, we generally see the most activity August through October. This is also the time when many of our project teams start watching the weather more closely. Learn More Hurricane Season: Ways to be Prepared for Fall Storms

Historical Renovation: Challenging but Rewarding

By Turner Burton, Vice President

Historic renovations are some of the most rewarding projects we work on, because we are helping to improve a community while preserving a piece of its history. But they are challenging. For developers, a historical renovation is more expensive, takes more time, and requires an extremely detailed review process. New construction is often the more cost efficient and easier option. You could tear a building down, build a new modern structure, and get the same return on your investment — for less money and let’s face it, less headaches. That being said, historic renovations offer a significant value to the community. So, if you’re thinking about taking on the challenge, here are a few things you should know. Learn More Historical Renovation: Challenging but Rewarding

Why Construction Accidents Peak at Lunchtime

By Rob Wylie

Mental focus – it’s one of the simplest and most important ways we can all stay safe in the workplace. But often it’s easier said than done to keep your mind on the task at hand. Your mind is busy filtering and processing information — everything going on that impacts your job and even things outside of work like relationships or if you even got enough sleep last night.  Because your mind is making multiple decisions and prioritizing what has to be done first, you could miss recognizing a new hazard in or around your work space.  That’s when injuries happen. Learn More Why Construction Accidents Peak at Lunchtime

The Retailization of Healthcare – Part 2

By Coker Barton, Senior Vice President Healthcare and Stacey Berthon, Senior Vice President Retail

In the first part of our video series on the retailization of healthcare, Senior Vice President of Healthcare Coker Barton and Senior Vice President of Retail Stacy Berthon discussed the new trend that is pushing healthcare providers to look at their services from a consumer point of view. In part two, Coker and Stacey explain how this shift is driving medical providers to compete and strategize like retail developers.

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The Retailization of Healthcare

By Coker Barton, Senior Vice President Healthcare and Stacey Berthon, Senior Vice President Retail

There is a new trend toward retail-based healthcare, driven by consumers taking a more active role in healthcare decisions and seeking care on their own terms.  This retailization of healthcare is pushing health providers to look at their services from a consumer point of view and to “compete” against other medical providers to provide the quickest and most convenient care.

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