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BidCity App for Contractors
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BidCity App for Contractors

Small to mid-size contractors afforded easy access to private construction data on... More

Vorex PSA – Cloud Software Solution for Small- to Mid-size Businesses
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Vorex PSA – Cloud Software Solution for Small- to Mid-size Businesses

With Real-time and Mobile Data Access, SMBs Can Stay Competitive, Reduce Costs,... More

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AEM: Restore Section 179 Small Business Expensing

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers has called on Congress to restore small business expensing, which allows small business owners – including contractors – to immediately deduct the cost of a qualified investment in the year of purchase rather than through multi-year depreciation. More

PermaCrete Vertical Coating System
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PermaCrete Vertical Coating System

PermaCrete is one of the toughest, most durable coating products available. More

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Atlantic Supply Meets High Standards; Achieves Minority Program Certifications

New minority certifications mean expanded business opportunities for one City-based business. More

Successful High-Rise Repair
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Successful High-Rise Repair

One of the biggest challenges to any high-rise repair project is securing access... More

Where Contractors Are Trusted Partners
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Where Contractors Are Trusted Partners

You might think that contractors shop wherever they can get the best prices, but... More

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Who's the best?

I love hardware stores. All the little bins full of nuts and bolts and nails, the crusty old guy behind the counter, even the smell. I can spend hours wandering the aisles, buying tools I don't really need and stuff for projects that may never come to fruition. But like everything else, that has changed—a true hardware store is difficult to find these days. They seem to have evolved into half hardware/half kitchen & bath stores or into the mega stores. Certainly the big home improvement stores have some advantages, but personal attention and construction knowledge are not their strong points. More

Buying a Compact Excavator
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Buying a Compact Excavator

Most concrete contractors don't do extensive earthwork prior to placing concrete.... More

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Tilt-Up Concrete Houses -- Yesterday and Today

Tilt-up concrete housing makes more sense today than ever before. Victor Greimann, a tilt-up pioneer from Kettering, Ohio, certainly thinks so. Greimann still remembers his first building endeavor with nostalgia. It was 1946, just after World War II. The homes were relatively small, like many so-called GI homes built in great numbers to ease the post-war shortage. "However, ... the market began to change in the 1950s and 1960s. People were becoming more affluent and desired more upscale homes." More

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