by Matt Stevens
Across the country, contractors report “hitting the wall” of minimal cash in the bank and minimal project prospects. Look no further than last month’s job gains, which excluded construction payrolls; business expansion did not include the contracting community. It’s times like these when the basic rule, “Don’t Run out of Cash,” takes on a whole new urgency.
As you fight the cash flow battle, we offer 100+ ways to cut costs. Ten of those ways are highlighted below. To get the entire list, send an e-mail to the address listed below.
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Matt Stevens is a management advisor who works only with construction contractors. He has been doing so since 1994. Matt has more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry and has authored two books on the subject. His book, titled Managing a Construction Firm on Just 24 Hours a Day, was published by McGraw Hill in 2006. Matt’s latest book, The Practical Construction MBA, is now available. Both books can be found at www.Amazon.com. To learn more about Matt and his firm, Stevens Construction Institute, Inc., visit www.stevensci.com.
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