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Managing the Profitable Construction Business

Managing the Profitable Construction Business

By Thomas C. Schleifer, Kenneth T. Sullivan, John M. Murdough

An immeasurable guide that can give you the pointers, suggestions, and changes you need to bring your business out of the red.

Price: $68.00
Product Code/ISBN: 9781118836941
Year: 2014
Binding: Hardcover     Page Count: 288
Publisher: Wiley


Is your construction company on the downhill? Need something to rescue those numbers and your business? Managing the Profitable Construction Business: The Contractor’s Guide to Success and Survival is an immeasurable guide that can give you the pointers, suggestions, and changes you need to bring your business out of the red.

This guide brings a teams of business veterans straight to your fingertips. The team, led by Thomas C. Schleifer, who is also know as the construction business “turnaround” expert, will help you get out of that hole through their own experience and years in the industry. He is one of the most sought after consultants in the business, but thanks to this amazing, must-have manual you can bring all of his counsels and suggestions to your business and home office with the click of a button.

This is an incredibly powerful resource that you won’t want to delay in ordering. It covers everything from detailing different risks that you business could be taking to a complete guide to where construction companies fail and what you might be doing wrong. Rescue your business NOW with Managing the Profitable Construction Business: The Contractor’s Guide to Success and Survival!

Table of Contents

Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgement

How to Use This Book

A Teaching Text

About the Authors

Part 1

  1. Managing with Confidence
  2. Elements of Contractor Failure
  3. Increase in Project Size
  4. Change in Geographic Location
  5. Changing or Adding to Type of Construction Performed
  6. Replace Key Personnel
  7. Managerial Maturity
  8. Accounting Systems
  9. Evaluating Contract Profitability
  10. Equipment Cost Management
  11. Other Industry Concerns

Part 2

  1. Financial Management Issues
  2. Financial Analysis and Indicators
  3. Projection and Budgets
  4. The Effective Use of Credit
  5. Making Decision in Volatile Conditions
  6. Success Factors for a Changing Industry
  7. Performance Measurement