Harrell Remodeling

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Moving On? ESOP Ownership Transition

IRIS HARRELL: For Harrell Remodeling, an Employee Stock Ownership Plan made sense for ensuring that the company could continue after owner Iris Harrell began to ease out of the business. More

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The New S(uper)OPs: Brilliantly Simple Jobsite Solutions

An outhouse-hider, a safety bucket, and all-in-one job signs are the kinds of standard operating procedures that any remodeler can put to work. More

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Tips for Independent Architectural Designers for Avoiding Liability

An independent designer asks about his liability exposure, and a top design/build... More

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Materials Supplier Relationships

One California remodeler forges relationships with materials vendors to deliver materials to the jobsite when needed, reducing employee downtime and trips to the lumberyard. More

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Stuck in Place

A signed contract sits on a remodeling company ownerís desk. Several jobs come in at once and there arenít enough carpenters. Sales promises a client a start date that canít be met. Materials havenít arrived. Any of these events can create a bottleneck, restricting the workflow or decision-making process. More

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