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In this article I'll share some of the lessons we've learned over the last seven years of design-build work. We still have much to master — if only I live that long.
After years of trial and error (mostly error), I've become a firm believer in management by meetings. Whether I like it or not, my primary job as company owner is overseeing meetings.
You can get yourself in a lot of trouble in our industry by thinking you know what you really don't.
I've long appeciated the advantages of design/build. This approach to construction removes you from the rat race of competitive bidding.
Use this preconstruction checklist to head off trouble before the job starts.
Preventing remodeling sticker shock
Accurate estimating is the foundation of your business. Until you have control over your estimates, anything else you want to do with your company is mostly a pipe dream.
Healing your inner underestimator
Controlling costs with design-build
A remodeling contractor describes how collaborating with a good design professional allows his company to offer superior service to clients.
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