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Do you look like every other construction company?

04/19/2017 at 2:12 pm

Quick. Can you say what makes your construction company unique in 10 seconds or less? I’ve asked that question many times in my marketing career and, more often than not, I get a 30-minute company description that would make most potential customers yawn with boredom. Too often, companies don’t have a clear reason why someone…


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How to win the most profitable construction projects

04/29/2014 at 10:30 am

It’s a given that contractors are eager to refill project backlogs after a way too long recession. But just going after any job may not be the best answer.  For one thing, taking on too much work too quickly may not give you time to gear up appropriately from a resource perspective.  On the other…


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Is it time for you to do paperless takeoff?

02/03/2014 at 1:44 pm

I remember hearing about a general contractor several years ago whose drawings for just one project took up the entire bed of a pickup truck. Now that’s a lot of paper . . . and a lot of quantities to take off if you are doing it manually or even with a digitizer. Enter paperless…


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