Is It Time to Start Subbing all your Work? It wasn’t that long ago that many construction companies did all of their work in-house. If they had a foundation to dig and pour, their heavy machinery or backhoe operator did the digging and their concrete crews got busy. In many instances these companies even had their own plumbers,... More
Posted by admin on Dec 26, 2011

Sub-contractors and Vendors- Has the Time Come to Shop Around? The construction industry is full of strong loyalties – working with a tried and true group of professionals on a large project can be similar to being on an athletic team or in a military unit – you come to depend on the capabilities of those who surround you. If you have been a contractor for... More
Posted by admin on Aug 27, 2011

How to Lose $3 Million In a Year Sounds like an uplifting story doesn’t it?  We all know the economy sucks right now, but there are a lot of companies that haven’t been able to weather the storm, so consider yourself lucky if you are still in the game.  One fact that most people don’t know about ME is that,... More
Posted by admin on Nov 18, 2010

Joint Ventures:  When are two contractors better than one? A large project has come up for bid and a contractor knows he is qualified—for roughly half the requirements.  Hard to pass it by.  Must he?  Possibly not.  Owners and architects have already recognized the necessity for individual arrangements, called joint ventures, and in fact approve when... More
Posted by admin on Nov 02, 2010

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