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Kyle implemented the use of an online software system that led to an increase in overall productivity and customer satisfaction.
In 2015, Jeannine attracted new clients by offering not only decking products but also full interior remodeling.
Michael implements a hands-on approach in his work, which for him is vital to keeping high margins.
Jason thrives on sharing his knowledge with individuals who are eager to learn.
As a passionate design advocate, Janel was “on a mission” to become a Certified Master Kitchen and Bath Designer.
Angus brought his company from construction-only to being a design-build business.
Ariel has a vision of doing things differently from what “conventional wisdom” would dictate.
Rob has learned that there’s a right way and a wrong way to work with subcontractors for effective collaboration.