Tag Archives: commercial construction

6 ways a strong brand identity can drive your sales

Homes and buildings always need to be built, repaired or maintained. In fact, Global Construction Press reports that the construction market will grow to $8 trillion globally by 2030. Competition is fierce, which means that growing your construction business requires …

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Spending time with Christina Pickett, Global Franchise Group

The construction manager for Global Franchise Group on trying to maintain the same routine, shipping local craft beers to share for virtual happy hour and why be polite is not so bad.

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How Midas Hospitality is building its future

Invest. Develop. Build. Renovate. Manage. If you are looking to draw a picture of what Midas Hospitality brings to the marketplace, you can start there. Led by a team of entrepreneurs, hoteliers, developers and investors, Midas continues to build a …

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How drones are changing the construction game

“A drone photo is worth a thousand words and potentially a million dollars.” That is the message I want people to walk away with. I built mine piece by piece, eventually fine-tuning a process that is helping commercial construction companies …

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Spending time with…Cindy Heigl, The Beam Team

The Director Of Business Development at The Beam Team on why every home office should have colored Sharpies, pacemakers, and the infinitive wisdom of Erma Bombeck.

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CCR e-Digest Profile: Vaun Podlogar, State Permits

The founder of State Permits on reinventing the way you do business today, fishing in Montana, and why Bob Marley and Winston Churchill would make great dinner guests.

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Stephanie Walker joins JE Dunn Construction as superintendent

JE Dunn Construction named industry veteran Stephanie Walker as a superintendent in the company’s Savannah, Georgia, office. Walker provides general leadership and management of various aspects of projects, from building successful project teams and planning construction sequencing to supervising budgets, …

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Developer eyes largest hotel in Pacific Northwest

Richard Hedreen purchased a three-quarter block, L-shaped parcel in Seattle’s downtown district in 1995, but his plans were not revealed until 2008. The developer wanted to construct a 51-story 500-foot hotel with meeting rooms, restaurants and convention space.

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Why healthcare is key to construction labor shortage

Your employees and vision are your greatest asset to the success of your company. Any employee you need working daily is what we call a high-stakes worker. You need these employees working to make your company successful, and they are …

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3 critical practices for running a 100% virtual company

More and more companies are working from home or client locations. Today, with world events forcing us to try new ways of doing business, there is no choice. Here are three tips to give your people, business and culture that …

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