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2.5 Managing risk
2.6 Establishing your corporate culture
2.7 Striving for excellence
2.8 Hiring the right people
2.9 Knowing your industry
2.10 Coordinating resources
2.11 Keeping in touch
2.12 Being there
2.13 Identifying objectives
2.14 Measuring results
2.15 Marketing
2.16 Little habits with big payoffs
2.17 Getting involved
3.1 Marketing materials
3.2 Publicity
3.3 Proposals and presentations
3.4 Staying ahead of the pack
3.5 Impressions
3.6 New customers vs old
3.7 Reaching out
3.8 Data mining
4.1 Budget
4.4 Schedule
5.1 The corporation
5.2 Capital equipment
5.3 Purchasing
5.4 Collection
5.5 Dealing with the IRS
5.6 Contractor failure
6.1 Working capital
6.2 Projecting cash needs
6.3 Understanding financial statements
6.4 Dishonest employees
6.5 Where is the money?
7.1 Qualifying to bid
7.2 Approach to bidding
7.3 Pricing
7.4 Cost databank
7.5 Pre-bid site inspection
7.6 Warranty considerations
7.7 Compiling your bid proposal
7.8 Reverse bidding/auction
8.1 Registration and licensing
8.2 Environmental studies
8.3 Subcontracting the work
8.4 Photographs
8.5 Pre-construction meetings
8.6 Before you start a project
8.7 Project overhead/general conditions expense
8.7.1 Managing project overhead/general conditions cost
8.8 Warranties
8.9 Mechanic’s liens
8.10 Lien waivers
8.11 Closing out the project
9.1 Certified public accountant
9.2 Audited financial statements
9.3 Bookkeeper
9.4 Cash vs accrual accounting procedures
9.5.1 Percentage of completion method
9.5.2 Completed contract method
9.6 General and administrative expense
9.7 Fixed vs controllable G&A expense
9.8 Cost accounting
9.9 Financial statements
9.9.1 The income statement
9.9.2 The balance sheet
9.10 Reports
9.11 Billings
9.12 State sales tax
10.1 Types of agreement
10.2 Requirements for a binding agreement
10.3 A few generalizations about contracts
10.4 Know the project owner
10.5 Getting paid
10.6 Commencement/completion dates
10.7 Owner delay
10.8 Contractor delay
10.9 Changes in the work
10.10 Constructive change
10.11 Differing conditions (Changed conditions)
10.12 Insurance
10.13 Indemnification
10.14 Warranty obligations
10.15 Limitation of liability
10.16 Governing law
10.17 Dispute resolution
10.18 Contract termination by the owner
11.1 Who are the “right” people?
11.2 Hiring the “right” people
11.3 Good hiring practices
11.4 The interview
11.5 New employee orientation
11.6 Non-compete non-disclose agreements
11.7 Managing employees for the long term
11.7.1 Relationships
11.7.2 Autonomy
11.7.3 Recognition
11.7.4 Employee’s return on investment
11.7.5 Employee incentive plans
11.7.6 Benefits packages
11.7.7 Trust
11.7.8 Work/life balance
11.7.9 Work fulfillment
11.7.10 Training
11.7.11 Job security
11.7.12 Internal conflict
11.7.13 Openness and communication
11.8 Responsibility vs job description
11.9 Evaluating employee performance
11.10 Employee termination
11.10.1 Conducting the termination meeting
11.11 Employee handbook
11.12 Professional employer organizations
12.1 Independent contractor or employee?
12.2 Subcontractor qualification checklist
12.3.1 Pass-through or flow-down clause
12.3.2 Scope of work
12.3.3 Work as directed
12.3.4 Changes to the subcontract
12.3.5 Conditions for payment to subcontractor
12.3.6 Pay-if-paid
12.3.7 Delay damages
12.3.8 Retainage
12.3.20 Merger
13.1 Your business plan
13.2 Sources of financing
13.3 Borrowing criteria
13.4 Managing credit
14.1 Insurance
14.1.1 Worker’s compensation insurance
14.1.2 Employer’s liability insurance
14.1.3 All-risk builder’s risk insurance
14.1.4 Commercial general liability insurance
14.1.5 When a loss occurs
14.1.6 Insurance administration
14.1.7 Certificates of insurance
14.1.8 Waiver of subrogation
14.2 Construction surety bonds
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15.1 Improved profit potential
15.2 Continuing relationships
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