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Safety [It's Everyone's Responsibility]
Award-Winning Companies Build Their Own Culture From the Top Down, Bottom Up and Everywhere in Between

“Contractors cannot be afraid of investing in the training and PPE required to do the job safely. Spending a couple thousand dollars here and there for training is nothing compared to paying that tenfold when you have an incident. Safety is good for business as it relates to efficiency and the bottom line, but also as it relates to the goal that every person on the jobsite leaves in the same or better condition as when they arrived.”

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Exceeding Expectations
Contractors Earn a Reputation for Quality With Successful Projects and Talented Crews

In any industry or company, the poor actions of a few can overshadow the good work of the majority. To combat this in the construction industry requires consistency, dedication and a commitment to getting the job done right the first time. Just take it from McGann Construction and Trunnell Electric, two contractors that have built a reputation for consistently producing high-quality work.

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Contractors' Guide to the Bottom Line
This inaugural special edition is packed with articles, business strategies and valuable information designed to help contractors run a more productive and profitable business.

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Also In This Issue
Announcing the 2016 Ad Contest Winners
New and Updated Products in Software & Technology Showcase
And Results You Can Expect If You Follow ABC's 'Roadmap To World-Class Safety'
Washington Update: A Big Week for Engagement and Advocacy
Technology: Achieving a 4-D Breakthrough in Construction Safety Planning
Safety: How to Achieve a Safety Data Analytics Advantage
Legal: Dispute Review Boards: An ADR Technique That Works
Workforce: Immigration Pitfalls for Employers to Avoid
Business Development: Put More Muscle in Your RFPs
Community Outreach: A Good Deed for Good Friday
Viewpoints: What should contractors know about resiliency and how it will impact the way they build and renovate in the coming years?

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