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One way construction companies grow is by increasing the number of jobs produced at one time. Often, however, the current management — whether it's one person, a partnership, or a team — cannot expand its time or energy effectively to handle fast growth. When the number of jobs your company takes on increases, so does the number of clients, subs, and employees you have to manage, not to mention the growing stack of paperwork you have to handle. Managing multiple jobs is a juggling act. The effort needed to keep everything going is exhausting, and with each new job you take on, the likelihood of "making a costly mistake" increases dramatically. As production manager for a Maryland remodeling company, I