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The Digital Edition of Construction Executive's May Issue Is Now Available

Wired for Success
ABC Craft Professional of the Year Adam Ruff Is Driven to be the Best

When Adam Ruff was promoted to field supervisor at Price Electric, Robins, Iowa, last year, he set some personal goals to help develop the company’s next crop of leaders, improve operational efficiencies and have a positive influence over a larger group of people. He can place a definitive checkmark next to that last goal now that he has been named Associated Builders and Contractors’ (ABC) 2017 Craft Professional of the Year. Ruff received the award in front of hundreds of contractors, apprentices and their families at ABC’s Workforce Week, held in March in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

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Meet the Competitors
Six Apprentices Demonstrate What It Means to Be a Construction Champion

Associated Builders and Contractors' (ABC) 30th annual National Craft Championships (NCC), held March 1-2 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., raises the profile of careers in construction and highlights the $1.1 billion that ABC member companies spend annually on workforce development. Each year, the competition draws some of the nation's most talented craft professionals and highlights the important role that skilled craft training plays in the construction industry.

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Contractors' Guide to the Bottom Line

• Capital Infusion: How to Optimize Forthcoming Construction Lending
• Resolving Disputes and Negotiating Contracts Without Breaking the Bank
• Qualifying for and Pursuing the R&D Tax Credit
• Reduce Risk Through Planning, Collaboration and Brainstorming
• A Contractor's State Tax Planning Checklist
• Find the Hidden Equity in Heavy Equipment

25 Companies Making Construction More Productive + Profitable

Join Construction Executive in recognizing these 25 companies making construction more profitable and more productive. From bids, design changes and billing, to real-time project management, accounting and enterprise resource planning (ERP), these companies are transforming the way the construction industry does business.

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Also in This Issue

Washington Update State-Level GOP Dominance Yields Advacements in Pro-Merit Shop Policies
Construction Markets Bringing Health Care to Retail Centers
Equipment Three Ways After-Sales Services Aids Construction Efficiency and Profitability
Safety Regain Control With Weather Monitoring
Technology Taking the Risks out of Pproject Profitability with BIM
Legal Reduce Lien Exposure With Anti-Assignment Clauses
Community Outreach Crowdsourcing a Charitable Beneficiary
Viewpoints How do you tap into employees' most valuable talents and talk to them about career advancement?
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