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Webinar: Project and Trade Management Musts—The New American Remodel 2023


Webinar: Project and Trade Management Musts—The New American Remodel 2023

Access the webinar here to learn project and trade management lessons from The New American Remodel 2023

April 6, 2023
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Register today for the April 12 webinar held at 11 am PT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET

The New American Remodel 2023 showcases luxury design and optimized performance, but behind the scenes is a team of managers overseeing the intense remodel of this outdated Florida home.

With a strict production schedule, a heavily involved homeowner, a natural disaster, and trade performance challenges, these construction managers put their combined 40+ years experience to ensure a high quality finished product.

Join Phil Kean Design Group's Construction Coordinator Katie Kovac and Construction Manager Tal Shuford in this Pro Remodeler-moderated webinar.

Learning Objectives:

1. Insights into trade management and performance reviews
2. Client relationship management
3. Operational insights for smooth processes and hand offs

Watch the webinar recording here

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