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Sustainable Value

Premier contractors operate on principles that produce sustainable value, consistent quality and high return on investment.  Many lesser-quality contractors skirt the law, limit compensation and eliminate benefits, safety and training programs in order to hit the low cost bid.  How do construction leaders communicate their superior value so owners and developers can avoid the risks and hidden costs associated with second-rate contractors?

Often low price wins the job, but does it deliver best value and return on investment?

“Chamberlin is honored to have been selected as the Roofing and Waterproofing contractor on a wonderful piece of art that will be a landmark in the heart of the museum district...
The industry has found itself in a bind as the amount of work continues to grow while the construction industry’s workforce ages.
Chamberlin Roofing & Waterproofing revitalized the CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Pavilion in downtown San Antonio, Texas, and resolved persistent water intrusion issues.
Skender, a Chicago based design and construction company listed as number 80 on the list of top US Building Contractors, has teamed with BuiltWorlds magazine to release a new...
The Nancy and Rich Kinder Building for 20th and 21st Century Art at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston (MFAH) has recently topped out according to an article in ArchDaily....
As the shortage of skilled workers continues and the demand for units grows, you can expect that more modular production will be tried across the country.
On July first, the Transbay Transit Center, closed over 9 months ago when cracks were discovered in two major structural girders, had what folks in the hotel business call a “soft...
As the 2018-2019 school year closes and we watch the first wave of craft workers hired from the C3 Career Fair enter the workforce as they move beyond graduation, I am reminded...
“Wise teams know that responding to or leading change will be their primary work from now on.  Recommit and buckle up.” – Pat Kiley