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There are nine unanswered telephone messages on your desk, you have no idea whether or not you made money on your last three jobs, and your company's work backlog is down to two weeks with nothing promising on the horizon. If this sounds like your company, then it may be time to regroup. Most small construction company owners do the work of a half-dozen people. They sell the job, estimate the costs, write the contract, schedule the work, line up the subs, supervise the construction, and bang the nails. For a small company doing one or two jobs at a time, juggling all of these responsibilities can be manageable. But if