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New Lower Hill Master Plan
New Lower Hill Master Plan

Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), West 8 Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, Atelier Ten More

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Stop Doing Job Autopsies. Do a Job Biopsy Instead

There's a big difference between the two that could make your projects much healthier More

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Financing Fundamentals: An Interview With Jeff Moeslein

Remodeler Jeff Moeslein gives a sneak peek at his upcoming session on financing. Learn the basics behind how his company offers this option to clients. More

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New Legacy: Handling the Transition in Company Leadership From Father to Son

Legacy Remodeling, a family business, is making its transition in leadership gradually. More

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Merit Award, Kitchen Remodeling $50,000 - $100,000: Saved for Modernity

After tending to the project's structural issues, the design team sought to bring the space into the 21st century, with a modern palette that includes concrete countertops. More

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Beyond the Comfort Zone: Reinventing Your Business to Grow and Prosper

JEFF MOESLEIN: Shifting gears from specialty contracting to design/build remodeling to grow your company. More

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Cost vs. Value: For Appraisals, Don't Bet on Bling

New appraisal laws and decreased home values are diminishing the appraised value of many home improvements and the perceived return on investment of higher-end improvements in particular. More

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All Screwed Up

A year ago, Pat Nicholson, owner of Deckmasters, a Pittsburgh-based deck building franchise with eight branches, called his treated wood supplier and the manufacturer of the fasteners his company uses into a meeting. There, the contractor dumped a bucket of rusted and corroded wood screws onto the table and demanded to know what the manufacturer intended to do about the problem of fastener degradation. When the assurances he was seeking were not forthcoming, Nicholson switched fastener suppliers. He's since changed fastener lines several more times. More

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