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Executive Report | 6 Reasons Green Building is Good Business

Executive Report From ProEst: The green building industry, spurred in part by the Energy Crisis in the 1970s, has continued to gain traction in the United States and around the world, helped along by a growing awareness of environmental issues and increased government support.

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Executive Report | 7 Ways to Win in Precon

Executive Report From ProEst: In this Executive Insight report, ProEst takes a closer look at how your construction company can increase the likelihood of submitting a winning bid and highlights seven precon strategies that the most successful contractors use to fill the project pipeline and stay busy with profitable work. Read More

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Executive Report | 3 Ways Construction Companies Leave Money on the Table

Executive Report From ProEst: Like any business, a construction company looks for opportunities that will drive revenue and deliver the best possible business outcomes. Winning bids and running profitable jobs can make that happen, but only when people and processes work smoothly from initial proposal to final closeout. As most construction professionals will tell you, that’s easier said than done. Read More 

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Executive Report | My Estimators Don't Need the Cloud (and Other Common Misconceptions)

Executive Report From ProEst: Let’s face it, sometimes conventional “wisdom” is anything but. The construction industry is changing so fast that it can be hard to separate fact from fiction, especially when it comes to advances in technology. That’s why it may be time to let go of assumptions and learn the real truth about estimating in the cloud.

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Executive Report | 7 Tips to Get Your Estimators On Board

Executive Report From ProEst: Executive Report From ProEst: Research shows that nearly 70% of all business initiatives that are focused on operational and process change fail to live up to their promises, mostly due to insufficient preparation and a lack of “cultural conditioning.” Simply put, if team members aren’t ready to embrace a new way of working, the best technology in the world won’t be effective — and what seemed like a wise investment becomes a waste of money instead.

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