Construction Management

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Construction Employment Growth in 39 States and D.C.

Iowa, Hawaii, Idaho and Colorado are seeing the largest gains. More

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Job Closeout Done Well, Part 1

The first part of this three-part series focuses on starting early—informing clients about closeout during the sales process. More

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Bad Roof Installations Offer Benefits—for Other Contractors

When roofing contractors screw up, two things happen: the industry gets a bad name and competent contractors get more work. REPLACEMENT CONTRACTOR blogger Mike Damora knows—he sees it all the time. More

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Communities Mandate the Removal of Wood Roofing

In an effort to curb the risk of wildfire destroying homes, more and more western communities push for the removal of existing wood roofing. More

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Steady Backlog Keeps Crews Busy

Setting and maintaining a backlog goal helps home improvement companies keep crews busy year-round. More

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Planning Prepares You for Deck Jobs of Any Size

Prep work up front can make that daunting six-figure deck-and-more job fully manageable. More

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How To Manage Canvass Restrictions

More and more localities restrict canvassing activity. Know those restrictions and make sure your crews know what to do. More

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End Excessive Sales Turnover

Excessive sales turnover is usually the result of improper selection of new hires or improper management of the sales force. More

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When It Takes Multiple Calls To Close The Sale

Companies are reluctant to abandon the one-call close for the simple reason that... More

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Smart Phones Make Managing Clients and Subcontractors Easier

Sales of smartphones are predicted to triple by 2012. Some company owners already... More

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