Aligning Market Strategy and Project Delivery Methods

There are many decisions a contractor will have to make when working toward sustainable growth.

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Making the right decision on market strategy is the most highly leveraged decision that a contractor will make for sustainable growth

CM at Risk: Aligning Market Strategy and Project Delivery Methods.

Part of that decision includes what the primary project delivery method(s) are that serve that market and what your capabilities are compared to your competition.  

Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) is not the only project delivery method, but it is one used by the majority of the ENR Top 400. It provides a good value proposition for owners, architects, and contractors. 

Whether you are a General Contractor or key Specialty Contractor, it is likely that building your CMAR capabilities will have a great impact on your business.


CM at Risk
The preferred project delivery method. There is a reason 100 of ENR's Top 400 General Contractors use CMAR as the project delivery method for over 75% of their work. Leverage CMAR as part of your growth strategy....

CM at Risk
The preferred project delivery method. There is a reason 100 of ENR's Top 400 General Contractors use CMAR as the project delivery method for over 75% of their work. Leverage CMAR as part of your growth strategy....

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