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    February 6th 2019 at 12:00am
    As time goes by, innovations in the industry change the way people do business. Population growth also necessitates the government to invest extra in infrastructure to meet the needs of its people. Due to the dynamic nature of the construction industry, contractors must keep up with the demands of the time. This article discusses three construction trends new contractors in Arizona should know.
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    December 26th 2018 at 12:00am
    Do you want to expand your construction business? If so, you should consider going to more networking events. After all, the next person you meet at an event could be a potential client. Not sure where to start? Here are several tips for expanding your network of contacts sp your construction business can grow.
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    December 5th 2018 at 8:46am
    Arizona townships are some of the country's best for spreading Holiday Bliss! No matter the budget (open or meager) and no matter the age, they offer something wonderful for everyone. Whether you enjoy dazzling light displays, unique gift buying opportunities, physical exertion, music and theater, or all of the above, there is an event certain to please you, your family, and your friends.
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    November 28th 2018 at 2:48pm
    Most contractors feel most at home when you're working on building a commercial or residential structure. However, as much as you love construction it's equally as important that you try new strategies that will help your business grow. Read on to learn more about inbound marketing and discover how it can help increase the number of potential job leads you receive and take your business to the next level.
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    November 28th 2018 at 1:49pm
    Large construction projects are not only expensive but also high-stress. The stakeholders in large scale building jobs, such as, the owner, architect, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and builders all work within a specified time limit and on-budget. The longer it takes to implement the construction schedules, the higher the risk of complications and also the possibility for litigation.
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    November 28th 2018 at 1:41pm
    If you run a construction business, then you already know how much work there is out there. However, it takes more than hiring new builders and bidding on more contracts to grow your business. So before you end up biting off more than you can chew, keep some of the following tips in mind.
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    November 1st 2018 at 8:47am
    There's probably never been a better time to consider starting a business -- and for those thinking of starting a construction business, that translates into a substantial number of clients. If you are trying to get a construction business off the ground, there is almost no better way to ensure your success than to plan ahead and get started off on the right foot. In this post, we will outline 3 tips to follow in order to maximize your success over competitors.
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    November 1st 2018 at 7:50am
    A bond claim is one of those things that can keep you up at night if there's a serious chance of it being called in. That can have disastrous effects, and in some cases it can be enough to do irreparable damage to both your business and your reputation. That's why, if your jobs require a surety bond, you should keep the following tips in mind to make sure it doesn't get called in.
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    October 2nd 2018 at 10:46am
    Bond claims can be a contractor's worst nightmare, and are something everyone wishes to avoid. There are steps you can take beforehand to protect yourself, like making sure everyone is on the same page and creating a thorough contract document spells everything out. However, it may not be enough to prevent problems from occurring. Here are six steps you can take to protect yourself once things start to go wrong.
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    September 7th 2018 at 3:54pm
    If you're taking the time to consider whether or not you should have contractor liability insurance protection for your business, you probably should.
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