Richmond, VA

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Stick to Your Guns on Price and Pricing With Construction Contracts

Use fixed prices and strict allowances to strengthen your position More

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The End Starts at the Beginning: How to Establish Policies for Firing an Employee

Construction lawyer Christopher Hill outlines what you should do to establish policies that will help smooth an employee's exit. More

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Barn Raising: Where LEED Platinum and History Meet Barn Raising: Where LEED Platinum and History Meet

This remodeler's LEED Platinum, zero net energy office is also on the National Register of Historic Places ó a first. More

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Flow With It: Outdoor Entertaining Spaces Flow With It: Outdoor Entertaining Spaces

An outdoor remodeling project makes the most of river views and creates outdoor entertaining areas that flow together. More

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Vanity Twist: A Custom Vanity Enlivens a Small Powder Room Vanity Twist: A Custom Vanity Enlivens a Small Powder Room

Thoughtful details tie this custom vanity into the remodel of a 1920s rowhouse powder room. More

Creative Competitions: Fun Contests Engage Clients After Their Project Is Complete
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Creative Competitions: Fun Contests Engage Clients After Their Project Is Complete

Contests help a Virginia company engage with clients outside of remodeling... More

Lifelines of Credit: Cash-Strapped Remodelers Look to SBA, Other Lending Sources
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Lifelines of Credit: Cash-Strapped Remodelers Look to SBA, Other Lending Sources

The ARRA is encouraging more banks to participate in quick-turnaround SBA lending... More

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Get your employees going in the right direction

Remodelers often say that they "hire to retire" and "promote from within." Employees already in the fold know the company's systems, and require less training in the new position than someone from outside would. That means a smoother transition when a position does open up, saving time, money, and aggravation. More

Honorable Mention: Captains of Industry
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Tax Credits For Historic Renovations Vary By Location

In addition to renovating their older homes, remodeler C. Mason Hearn helps his clients get money out of them. Under Richmond's tax abatement program for historic properties, homeowner taxes are calculated on the pre-renovation appraisal for 15 years. At the end of the 15 years, they are taxed based on the value of the renovated structure. More

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