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Time Is Money: What We Can Learn From Matt Plaskoff's One Week Bath

Matt Plaskoff is the 2010 Fred Case Entrepreneur of the Year Award Winner. We all have something to learn from his focus and dedication to efficiency. More

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Tripping Out: Reducing Lumberyard Runs Is a Matter of Planning

Checkout lines may be shorter, but trips to the building materials store are still time wasted and money lost. More

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Trades and Suppliers Feel the Pinch

With both trades and suppliers overstretched in a tough economy, remodelers are finding it challenging to keep projects competitively priced and on schedule. More

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Scheduling Tool

Jobsite On Time scheduling engine networks all parties on a remodeling project and helps ensure that everyone is where they need to be on time. More

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Staying in Business in Seattle

Remodeler Duane Stiemert is staying in business with smaller jobs and by paying close attention to the bottom line. More

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Green-Themed Gift Bag for Clients Is Part of This Remodeler's Completion Process

In an effort to raise awareness and encourage clients to live green, Jackson Design/Build includes a green-themed gift bag as part of each project's completion procedure. More

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Pre-Construction Job-Staging Can Save Critical Time and Money

Former remodeling executive makes a case for proactive planning before kicking off a project. More

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Tips for Shifting to Smaller Remodeling Projects

Remodelers accustomed to managing a few large projects adapt to working on more small jobs. More

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Web-Based Scheduling From Co-Construct

To increase cooperation and accountability, Co-Construct offers new scheduling features and subcontractor access to essential project information. More

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Modernist Makeover With International Flair

Ten years ago, when S+H Construction, of Cambridge, Mass., renovated the exterior of this house, the homeowners' choice of peach paint stood out in a sea of conservative grays and browns in the Harvard Square neighborhood. More

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