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Ability to Grow, Shrink Quickly Is Key to Contractors' Survival

During most of the 2000s the North American construction industry has been in recovery mode. The new millennium began with the cogeneration power bust post-Enron, followed by the residential construction boom and bust, which led to the Great Recession, and now the oil bust. However, most...

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