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The classroom is a construction site, the instructor is a former superintendent and the students are homebuyers.
Working as a designer/architect for B&E Contractors offers hands-on learning.
Faced with a full-employment economy and a strong housing market, how are the largest home building companies responding to the challenge of finding, hiring and retaining management talent?
Converting a company to handle an in-house, profitable design staff takes time.
Restoration of a fire- and smoke-damaged house.
Mark Brick takes the design/build concept a step further by hiring architects.
Woods Restoration Services strives to lessen the trauma for its fire-restoration clients.
The financial breakdown of the Turcotte fire-restoration project.
MINNEAPOLIS--Minneapolis--Pipefitters and contractors volunteered their time and equipment to provide free furnace inspections Sept. 25 for more than 250 low-income seniors and disabled...
Michael and Sherry Waldorf were worn out before their remodeling even started, having bounced from architect to architect trying to obtain a complete and buildable plan. When Matt Plaskoff...
The Waldorf job rained multiples -- four architects, two project managers, three dozen change orders and a set of twins. But remodeler Matt Plaskoff managed to weather the deluge and come out...
'I’ve never had a problem with cash flow,' says Matt Plaskoff. It’s easy to see why because MPC's accounting system leaves little chance for expenses to overtake revenue on jobs.
This fall’s annual meeting at Home Finishes Inc. in San Ramon, Calif., will bear a striking resemblance to the United Nations, figures Ned Seawell, CGR, vice president of business development.