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When a hurricane or other natural disaster strikes, CAT-adjusters go to work, assessing damage for insurance companies. Contractors looking for a job that takes their stiff joints and aching back off the jobsite might consider using their experience in construction as a licensed adjuster.
Attorney Patrick Barthet clarifies the requirements for filing a mechanic's lien based on a recent court case.
The foundation of every computerized estimating system is its database of unit prices, but how do you begin to build a price? George Weissgerber outlines the process from start to finish.
Experts Melanie Hodgdon and Tim Faller offer tips on how to make this transition as smoothly and effectively as possible.
A straightforward spreadsheet can be used for a single task or as a building-block for a unit-pricing database
A nonprofit intends to do for demolition what an earlier generation did for production building
Market watchers are wondering why lumber prices have dropped, just as homebuilding gets hot.
Sales of new homes reached a 476,000 annual pace in May, the Commerce Department reported.
From a March 2013 discussion about business tools that are becoming obsolete
The hottest marketing tools out there are in social media. Think of it as word-of-mouth on steroids.
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