Category: Construction Industry

Cash Flow Can Make or Break Your Growth Strategy

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Growth is great, but growth without cash flow to support it can actually be a killing blow to your business. Sacrificing profitability for growth is like digging a grave and thinking you are building a castle. You’re not, and eventually you’re going to get buried. You need a cash flow plan that covers your present… Read more »

Becoming a Purpose-Driven Leader for Your Business

To transform your company into a purpose-driven business, you need to become a purpose-driven leader. A purpose-driven company aligns its business goals to an external goal or mission. Success and purpose live hand-in-hand for these businesses, which tend to experience faster growth, enjoy greater camaraderie, and deliver better customer experiences. A company’s purpose has to… Read more »

Built for Growth: Episode 4: Apprenticeships, Mentoring, and Continuing Education

Construction has a major skilled labor problem. Working with a registered apprenticeship program or creating a private apprenticeship program can help your company fill your talent pipeline with skilled workers ready to go to work for YOU! In this episode of Built for Growth, Kyesha Robinson and Natasha Sherwood share how building apprenticeships, mentoring, and… Read more »

Becoming a Purpose-Driven Company

Are you ready for your business to do more? To become a true leader for your team? To build camaraderie and loyalty and drive success through your team’s aligned efforts? If you answered Yes, you are ready to transform your business into a purpose-driven company. If you answered No, keep reading. Purpose-driven companies tend to… Read more »

The Real MF’ers Episode 4: Andrew Ammons

Andrew Ammons is the founder and president of ACR Roofing, an incredibly successful commercial roofing company located in Texas. Andrew shared a secret with us during this episode: He isn’t super passionate about roofing. What he IS crazy passionate about is building processes that work and building up people to perform at their best and… Read more »

Construction Management Solutions to Streamline Your Cash Flow

Cash flow management is a critical component in the success of any business, and it is especially critical in industries like construction where a lot of cash or credit is needed, start-up costs are high, profit margins are thin, and getting paid can be a real hassle. The complex cash flow ecosystems that construction and… Read more »

Built for Growth Episode 3: Mental Health in Construction

The construction industry has the 2nd highest rate of suicide in the U.S. Globally, the numbers aren’t much better. Construction is a tough job for a lot of reasons: time spent away from family, seasonal wage fluctuations, physical injuries, substance abuse, and a “suck it up” culture that can silence any cries for help. But,… Read more »

The Real MF’ers Episode 3: Bob Magnan

Delta Construction Partners is the largest  and most specialized construction recruiting agency. They focus on finding, hiring, and onboarding superintendents, project managers, estimators, designers, and engineers. More than finding a resume that matches a role, Bob and his team built Delta Construction Partners to do something different: to hire the “difference maker” for your organization…. Read more »

Cash Flow Tips for Small Businesses

Cash flow is the lifeblood of every business, and it is particularly critical for small and mid-size businesses, as these companies often have less free cash flow to help them cover unexpected costs, delays, work shortages, or their growth. Before we talk about good cash flow management and share a few tips to improve cash… Read more »

The Real MF’ers Episode 2: Camell Williams

If there is one word Camell Williams wants you to get out of this episode, it is DISCIPLINE. Camell is the CEO & Founder of Prime Electrical Services, a commercial electrical contractor located in Apopka, Florida. He sat down with Scott to share his journey from student to contractor to business owner, and why he… Read more »