Management

Utilizing Deadlines Skillfully
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Utilizing Deadlines Skillfully

Guest blogger Mark R. LePage shows how deadlines can be beneficial in the long term. More

How to Downsize and Go Paperless
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How to Downsize and Go Paperless

An architect scales down from a 2000 square-foot office to a 200 square-foot one. More

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AGC to Hold Annual Contractor Conference

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) annual conference in September will focus on best practices for firm owners, designers, and contractors. More

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Do the Right Thing: How to Ensure Customer Satisfaction Do the Right Thing: How to Ensure Customer Satisfaction

To help you keep your clients as happy as possible, REMODELING spoke to the industry leaders in customer satisfaction to find out how they impress their clients. More

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Peterson and Collins Put Faith In Its Employees to Get Through the Recession Peterson and Collins Put Faith In Its Employees to Get Through the Recession

Ted Peterson takes the business cycle in stride. More

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Custom Builder DIYers Have Personal Stakes In Their Projects Custom Builder DIYers Have Personal Stakes In Their Projects

Our Custom Builder of the Year, Jim Murphy and Associates, is driven to perfect each and every job. More

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20 After 20: Finley Perry 20 After 20: Finley Perry

Despite a down economy, Boston-area custom builder/remodeler Finley Perry's business succession plan is right on track. More

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Custom Builder of the Year 2011: Jim Murphy & Associates Custom Builder of the Year 2011: Jim Murphy & Associates

Jim Murphy & Associates is a custom building company as sound and fully realized as the wine country estate homes that are its specialty. More

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the sliding scale the sliding scale

Smaller projects mean more client interviews, thinner profit margins, and more jobs starting and stopping. More

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