Case Study 1: Succession planning for a three-generation family business

When a large, third generation New Hampshire specialty contractor was faced with the reality that its president – and patriarch – was nearing retirement, ownership and management had to make important strategic and emotional decisions. Read the story.

Case Study 2: Industry eye catches estimating errors

When one of Maine’s largest specialty subcontractors faced a turning point in the company, they suspected that revamping their estimating process would improve their ability to price jobs more competitively. While they benefited by having a talented in-house estimating group, the company came to a crossroads where they needed an outside, expert opinion to evaluate their accounting and estimating processes before they could move forward with confidence. Read the story.

Case Study 3: A holistic approach, new efficiencies bring specialty contractor up-to-date

A specialty contractor and fabricator had grown from a small shop to a recognized, mid-size company. As they progressed, their accounting and job costing systems lagged behind. Lacking familiarity with construction-specific software solutions, they knew it was time to bring their systems up-to-date, but they needed guidance. Read the story.