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Three resources for U.S. veterans who want to start a construction company

5/26/2015 at 3:20 pm by

This year, ENR magazine’s prestigious Award of Excellence went to HT Tran, a 35-year-old Iraq war veteran and advocate for hiring those who’ve served in the military. According to the ENR article, Tran was severely wounded in Iraq but moved on to cofound and now run Anvil Builders Inc., a fast-growing San Francisco-based construction firm….

Memorial Day: A special time to remember

5/22/2015 at 9:25 am by

It would be difficult to find a person who doesn’t have a connection with someone who has or is now serving in the military. I myself am an “army brat.” During most of my young life my father left for work in uniform. You may have brothers, sisters, cousins, parents, grandparents, friends, and coworkers –…

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Five essentials for starting a construction business

5/19/2015 at 3:57 pm by

I once heard a successful contractor describe how he started his company with just a pickup truck and his dog. On the surface, launching a construction company can seem pretty simple. In fact, construction is one of the most popular segments for startups. But for anyone venturing into this challenging and rewarding business, there are…

Five things successful construction and other startups have in common

5/15/2015 at 9:06 am by

When it comes to starting a business, construction appears to be a popular choice. That’s according to the 2015 State of the Startup study we recently completed here at Sage. To find out what’s happening with startups, we talked with 524 company founders who have been in business for less than five years. One-third of…

Why Sage Summit is like a big box store of business ideas

5/12/2015 at 1:24 pm by

Last weekend I needed to get my bulldog, Gus, some new dog food, so my wife and I loaded him into the car and headed out to a big box pet store. Of course, an added bonus is that the stores are cool with you bringing your pet into the store, which is perfect for…

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Words to watch out for when signing subcontracts

5/7/2015 at 1:55 pm by

The excitement of being awarded a subcontract sometimes can result in little thought being given to the contents of that so called “standard form of agreement” you’re asked to sign. Not reviewing and potentially modifying critical contract terms, however, could mean the difference between a profit and a loss on a job, especially if things…

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