Everett Collier

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Cities Mandate Paid Sick Leave

Legislation passed last month in the District of Columbia mandating paid leave for... More

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NARI's Gordon resigns

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) reorganized its leadership following the March resignation of president-elect John Gordon. Coming just two weeks before he was set to become NARI president, Gordon resigned so he could focus completely on his job as director of pro business operations for The Home Depot. More

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NARI Announces New Benefits

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) has announced new alliances that are intended to strengthen the value of its services to members. The alliances are with a local-market consumer magazine and a provider of business development education for small businesses. More

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Challenges involved in managing benefits

In the second installment of our three-part series on benefits, REMODELING examines the challenges involved in managing benefits, as well as the pros and cons of the most common approaches. More

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House Rules

The transfer of power in Congress has broad implications for the building industry. More

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Project Descriptions

What's the payback for remodeling? Our annual report compares construction cost with resale value in 60 markets. More

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They Want That!

This is a story about the accelerating nature of change, the middle-Americanization of luxe living, and the opportunities that lie in understanding not only what really makes homeowners happy ó but also knowing whether what they More

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Big50 winners creating a diverse workplace

Many companies talk about diversity, but Everett Collier and David Ostrom live it.... More

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Insurance Reassurance

Remodelers are facing one of the most unforgiving insurance markets in years. Slammed by soaring premiums and multiplying exclusions, impenetrable contracts and fleeing providers, they're struggling to afford and hold onto good commercial policies that won't leave them high and dry on the rare occasions they actually need them. More

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