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39 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Ep.154: The Locus of Control with Jef Forward
The Locus of Control is a concept that highlights one’s ability to control the outcomes and events in their lives. When applied in a business, The Locus of Control can increase productivity, and breed ownership and support. The Tim Faller Show welcomes back guest Jef Forward, to share his experiences surrounding the locus of control in his remodeling business. Jef is the founder and co-owner, with his wife, Monica, of Forward Design Build Remodel in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Over 23 years, the company has grown to a team of 30+ engaged, positive, and supportive employees, and their path towards continued success is heavily focused on team and leadership building. Tim, Steve and Jef talk more about: Background and overview of The Locus of Control The five dysfunctions of a team Building a trustworthy team Reaching goals And more… Let Us Turn Your Project Manager into a Superhero! Project Management Intensive This course combines in-person instruction, interactive exercises, and Roundtables elements such as individual focus time and formulating commitments in a group of non-competing remodeling companies. This two-day program focuses on two of the most critical aspects of managing a project – hitting the agreed-upon budget and working with and managing the team effectively. NEW DATES ADDED: November 4-5, 2021 [ More Information + Registration ] The post Ep.154: The Locus of Control with Jef Forward appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
34 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Ep.153: Using a Talent Management Test for Hiring with Ben Reynolds
The hiring process is a big challenge for, well, all of us. One way to assist in this process is by having a good set of interview questions, and the skills to actively listen to the responses given. Without these tools, you may find yourself later on wondering how you missed red flags in an employee’s interview and hiring process. Guest Ben Reynolds joins this episode to teach you how to avoid that very situation. Ben is the production manager at Kawartha Lakes Construction in Lakefield, Ontario, a design build company that has implemented a hiring process that has proved to be successful, and promotes employee retention. This process includes a required skills assessment made up of practical tasks that a potential employee in a specific position would be faced with on a regular occurrence. By adding this to their hiring process, they are able to ensure that prospective employees are proficient and efficient when operating in remote and hard to access areas, a large part of their business. Tim, Steve and Ben talk more about: Who should be participating in the interview process What positions require this demonstration of talent Hiring based on drive and aptitude And more… How Much Does a Bad Hire Cost Your Business? The Remodelers Advantage Hiring Edge Program helps you hire key team members more effectively using a unique combination of TriMetrix DNA Assessment Tools and experienced, hands-on business coaching. Our mission is to improve your hiring process and help you attract the talent your company needs and deserves.[Click Here for More Information] The post Ep.153: Using a Talent Management Test for Hiring with Ben Reynolds appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
41 minutes | May 24, 2021
Ep.152: Building Teamwork with Trades with Daniel Carrero
Do you struggle to maintain relationships with subcontractors and experience your projects not being handled with urgency or priority? If so, you haven’t built a team, you have built a contact list. Guest Daniel Carrero joins Tim and Steve to talk about how he has built a solid team with little turnover and kept tradesmen that have been with him for over 15 years. Daniel Carrero, President of House to Home Solutions in Rockville, Maryland, has been able to build a Sub-Contractor Team that prioritizes his jobs over any other contractor. He shares his tips and tricks to how he has made a team that has stuck with him for years and are willing to take care of service issues without question. Tim, Steve and Daniel talk more about: Building relationships with subcontractors and trades. How to stand out to subcontractors Getting trades engaged Prioritizing trades and subcontractors And more… These are the Types of Topics Being Discussed at Summit in September... Don't Miss it! Tim Faller will be leading the Production Track at the Annual Remodelers Summit on September 22, 2021 in Phoenix, AZ. 4-5 topics, guest presenters, relevant keynotes and we’ve even thrown in a few golf events to wrap up the week. If you are looking to improve your production department and head into 2022 ready to roll, this is the perfect event for you and your key managers.Click Here for more information and Registration. The post Ep.152: Building Teamwork with Trades with Daniel Carrero appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
43 minutes | May 17, 2021
Ep.151: Building a Great Handyman Service with Charlie Schloegel
Handyman services are no stranger to the field of design and build, but very few of these companies are able to successfully incorporate a handyman team into their business. Schloegel Design Remodel saw a need for a handyman department and since its creation, it now has eleven team members all dedicated to handyman services. Guest Charlie Schloegel attributes the success of his handyman department to efficient scheduling, time management and the team’s willingness to be flexible. In this episode, learn how a separate handyman department can create a hardworking team that turns what was once deferred maintenance, into revenue. Tim, Steve and Charlie talk more about: The differences between design build and handyman services Using handyman services alongside remodeling Why offering these services can create better relationships with customers And more… Have a Topic or Idea for an Episode of the Tim Faller Show? Many of our topic ideas come from our loyal listeners and associates in the field. If you have a topic idea, or even a question or issue you need help with, contact Tim today and we will take a look. If we use your idea or topic we will be sure to give you a shout out and link to your website! Click to E-mail Tim The post Ep.151: Building a Great Handyman Service with Charlie Schloegel appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
41 minutes | May 10, 2021
Ep.150: Building a Team, Not a Family with Jef Forward
While having a family-like culture is a well intended premise, it is oftentimes impractical. Companies may notice that one or two employees are intolerant of the family-like culture in place, and leave the “family” dysfunctional. Creating an environment where there is a structure that resembles a team, rather than a family, is a way to avoid intolerance, and grow as a company. In this episode, guest Jef Forward describes how he was able to achieve a team-like culture in his business, and why it has been successful. Jef has a Masters Degree in Architecture from the University of Michigan and started Forward Design Build in 1997, focusing on a design and build method to ensure successful projects. He defines a successful project as a happy homeowner with a beautiful, functional home completed with-in ‘stated’ expectations of cost, service and schedule from the beginning of design to the end of construction. Tim, Steve and Jef talk more about: The “locus of control” How to address and correct the path of someone who is trending sideways How to efficiently communicate with different team members And more… Get on the Waitlist for the 2021 Remodelers Summit in Phoenix We are very excited to announce that after more than a year of virtual conferences and canceled events, we are holding the Annual 2021 Remodelers Summit LIVE and In-person at the luxurious Arizona Grand Resort & Spa, in Phoenix, Arizona, on September 22, 2021. We will launch registration on May 19, 2021, but if you’d like to join our waitlist, we will guarantee you a spot at this event and offer you the lowest pre-sale special pricing of $500 off the standard registration fee. So, sign up today! The post Ep.150: Building a Team, Not a Family with Jef Forward appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
32 minutes | May 3, 2021
Ep.149: The Power of Peers with Victoria Downing
Many business owners and certainly production managers feel alone in their business at times, and want and or need some kind of external input. So, where do they turn? Trade associations provide some input but are typically limited to whatever the “topic of the evening” is. Remodelers Advantage President, Victoria Downing, saw this issue and took action through the creation of the Remodelers Advantage Roundtables Programs. Through the roundtables, members share support and guidance to ultimately help business owners earn more, and work less. In addition to being the president of Remodelers Advantage, Victoria is the co-host of PowerTips Unscripted, a podcast dedicated to helping remodelers build a strong, profitable company. She is an award-winning author and speaker and brings over 30 years of expertise in the remodeling industry to share how crucial peer groups are in order to successfully grow your business. Tim, Steve and Victoria talk more about: What it really means to be in the remodeling industry The importance of receiving feedback How to actually utilize feedback And more… Peer-Power for your Production Team Developed and led by Senior Consultant and “Production Guru”, Tim Faller, this special Roundtables Program for Production Managers focuses on all aspects of production management. We are currently forming the sixth group of production management professionals from some of the best remodelers in the U.S. and Canada. If you are interested in learning more, contact Tim Faller or visit our website. The post Ep.149: The Power of Peers with Victoria Downing appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
35 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
Ep.148: How to Build Morale and Culture During a Transition with Jason Willet
Keeping your team engaged throughout the process of a transition is an opportunity to grow as a company. Willet Construction did this through an event called “Vision Day” where the goal was to get everyone to understand the how, what, when, where, and why of the transition. The event brought their team closer together, raised morale and reinforced the culture of their company. Guest Jason Willet shares how providing an event such as Vision Day can truly help a company have better success transitioning their business if the whole team knows what the goal is and can assist in getting there. Jason became an official partner of Willet Construction in 2019 and is now the Vice President after his father transitioned the business to him. He assists in estimating and design in addition to being an exterior consultant. Tim, Steve and Jason talk more about: How to create an agenda during a transition Utilizing team opinions Prioritizing goals And more… Three Production-focused Masterclasses Coming up Project Manager Intensive: June 10 – 11, 2021Let us turn your Production Manager into a Super Hero! The Art of Estimating: August 18-19, 2021You will find a gold mine of information in this Masterclass, led by Tim Faller. Production Team Training with Tim Faller: Starts September 13, 2021Get Your Entire Production Team Focused on Profit! The post Ep.148: How to Build Morale and Culture During a Transition with Jason Willet appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
40 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Ep.147: How to Engage Your Staff to Help Train Each Other with Ned Trimming
Training, training, training! Business owners, production managers and general managers often get caught in a position wondering how to do it all. So, we turned to a former guest and a member of our production manager roundtables, Ned Trimming, to share his efficient training process, which involves both current and new employees. Ned Trimming is the Production Manager at Crescent Builds located in Seattle, WA. Ned and his team at Crescent are dedicated to building high-quality spaces for people to live and work in, while also creating an employee review process that continues to morph into new areas of training. Tim, Steve and Ned talk more about: Active cross-training Training opportunities within a company Establishing lateral service goals And more… We Have a New Production Manager Roundtables Group Forming Now! Do you want your Production Manager to learn from the best? Remodelers Advantage is adding a new Production Managers Roundtables Group to our roster of 5 successful, thriving groups. If you are interested in learning more, click here to visit our website. The post Ep.147: How to Engage Your Staff to Help Train Each Other with Ned Trimming appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
41 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
Ep.146: Diversity in Trades with David Jacobs
As the remodeling and custom building industries struggle to find young, talented, hard-working talent to hire, business owners often miss out by not looking toward opportunities for minority hiring. Expanding the search for talent in otherwise overlooked groups of people can open up an entirely new group of prospects. Guest David Jacobs of Jobs for Delaware Graduates shares how he provides students with a post-secondary plan while encouraging students to enter fields of trades. David has spent the past seven years as a classroom teacher with the mission to enable students to achieve academic, career, personal and social success. With over 15 years of experience working with youth, David discusses the challenges that he sees in inner-city students who may lack motivation and a vision for their future. Through the Jobs for Delaware Graduates program, he is able to provide students with the knowledge and benefits of choosing a career in the field of trades. Tim, Steve and David talk more about: The current lack of diversity in the trades Expanding the search for trades Possible ways to increase awareness and diversity in the field of trades And more… Are you enjoying the Tim Faller Show? If you’re enjoying The Tim Faller Show, please spread the word and post reviews on iTunes and Stitcher. The post Ep.146: Diversity in Trades with David Jacobs appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
36 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
Ep.145: Shedding Light on The Darkness with Chris Bache
By all accounts, business is booming. Projects are being booked way in advance, and everything is roses and sunshine. Or is it? In this episode, guest Chris Bache joins Tim and Steve to discuss the “dark period” – the period of time after the sale is completed, the project is booked, and is on the schedule. A critical time where the battle for client satisfaction can be won or lost. Chris Bache is the CEO and co-founder at Hatch, a messaging app specifically built for the remodeling industry that centralizes and automates homeowner communication. Hatch began as a trial when Chris and his partner, Bill Violante, were asked by a local Pella franchise to help solve two huge blind-spots in their business – follow-up and customer experience. That’s when the idea for Hatch was, well, hatched. Word spread like wildfire through other Pella franchises, and then eventually into other areas of the industry. Tim, Steve and Chris talk more about: How to keep customers happily engaged until the project occurs The customer experience How to successfully communicate with customers And more… We Have a New Production Manager Roundtables Group Forming Now! Do you want your Production Manager to learn from the best? Do you want to give them the opportunity to exchange ideas with experienced Production Managers from some of the most successful remodeling companies in the business? Remodelers Advantage is adding a new Production Managers Roundtables Group to our roster of 5 successful, thriving groups. If you are interested in learning more, click here to visit our website. The post Ep.145: Shedding Light on The Darkness with Chris Bache appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
43 minutes | Mar 29, 2021
Ep.144: Moving From Tract Building to Custom Renovations with Scott Fridrych
Bridging the gap between new home construction and remodeling can seem pretty intense. There can be a lot of bias from each side about which is better or quite frankly, which is easier. Hearing the perspective of someone who has had experience from both sides can help both new home builders and remodelers understand the benefits of each, and in this episode, guest Scott Fridrych does just that. Scott has spent two years as the project manager at Liv Companies, and was brought on to lighten the workload between the owner and supervisor, allowing them to focus on building the company. Scott has a BA in construction management from Ferris State University and brings over 20 years of experience in residential construction to this episode to talk about the transition from new home building to remodeling. Tim, Steve and Scott talk more about: What it’s like going from a production builder to custom remodeling Why a production builder might make that transition More about Liv Companies And more… Are you and your team struggling with estimating? Unable to Win Contracts? Or, Getting the work, but not making a profit? Whether you are an owner that handles the estimates or the estimator for a company, you will find a gold mine of information in the Art of Estimating Masterclass, led by Tim Faller, on April 13th & 14th. [Click Here for More Information + Registration] The post Ep.144: Moving From Tract Building to Custom Renovations with Scott Fridrych appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
30 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
Ep.143: From Client to Employee with Meghan Haines
The transition from client to employee, does it work? Meghan Haines joins Tim and Steve in this episode to talk about the dynamic from being a client to now an employee and why it may or may not work. Having the knowledge and experience of a client in the remodeling industry is helpful in the transition to becoming an employee and brings a point of view that some employees may not have. Meghan talks about the surprises and potential roadblocks in the transition and how she has made it work. Meghan Haines is the Production Coordinator for Hercules Design Build, a remodeling company in the St. Louis area. Meghan has been with Hercules for a little over a year and a half; However, before joining the company, she was a client for three remodeling projects in her own home. Tim, Steve and Meghan talk more about: Customer relations The benefits of bringing experience into remodeling from different fields Advice for contractors interested in hiring And more… Are you a Tim Faller Show SuperFan? If you’re enjoying The Tim Faller Show, please spread the word and post reviews on iTunes and Stitcher. The post Ep.143: From Client to Employee with Meghan Haines appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
48 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Ep.142: Fighting Mold, Rot & Paint Peeling with Bill Lotz
Building science has come a long way over the past several decades and with contributions from the industry’s finest experts, remodelers can learn how to deal with mold, moisture and all things ventilation. Moisture meters, vapor barriers, where does one begin? Guest Bill Lotz joins Tim and Steve to bring awareness to a subject that many remodelers may not know much about. Bill Lotz, P.E. has Professional Engineer’s license in 8 states and regularly writes technical articles, and is the owner of William A. Lotz, Consulting Engineers. Mr. Lotz has published more than 300 technical articles, mostly on heating, ventilation and air conditioning, insulation and moisture issues. He has also consulted on over 2000 buildings with various moisture/insulation system failures from Honolulu to Maine to Miami to Texas. Tim, Steve and Bill talk more about: Troubleshooting moisture, mold and rot in the remodeling industry Moisture problems in relation to regions of the U.S. and Canada Dealing with moisture issues in buildings and their components And more… Are you struggling with estimating? Unable to Win Contracts? Getting the work, but not making a profit? Learn the Art of Estimating in this two-day, intensive class coming up in April. Presented by Tim Faller, this course will be an interactive experience for you and for your estimator, covering the purpose of estimating, the challenges we face, and why accurate estimating can be so difficult. [ Click Here for More Information + Registration ] The post Ep.142: Fighting Mold, Rot & Paint Peeling with Bill Lotz appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
40 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Ep.141: Breaking the Gender Barriers with Isabella Battig
Being a woman in a field that is dominated by men presents its challenges. So, how do they do it? Isabella Battig joins Tim and Steve in this episode and talks about what it is like being a female trade contractor and some of the experiences she has had working in construction and remodeling. Isabella discusses the things that she looks for in a general contractor from her point of view and ultimately, how she has become successful in a career that lacks a strong female presence. Isabella is the owner of Kinetic Lighting and Electric LLC and began her career as an apprentice in 1999 with no prior experience working in trades, but an interest and a goal to someday be her own boss. Isabella had to jump through a lot of hoops to learn how to get to where she is now, but with the help of fellow trade contractors and researching the ins and out of her field, she has become the successful businesswoman that she knew she could be. Tim, Steve and Isabella talk more about: What it is like being a woman in a male dominated field What a trade contractor looks for in a general contractor The importance of being realistic when starting a company The benefits of having trusted employees and staff And more… The post Ep.141: Breaking the Gender Barriers with Isabella Battig appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
45 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Ep.140: Hitting Budgets as a Project Manager with Raul Lopez
Raul Lopez is a Project Manager at Innovative Construction Inc. and manages all aspects of construction on multiple jobs from start to finish. Raul believes that only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go. After 8 years working in the food industry as a General Manager, he decided it was time for a change and gave construction a try. He started as a laborer on a framing company, and quickly learned the skills and how to deal with inspections and codes. Three years later, he got the opportunity to work at Innovative construction, starting as a carpenter and working his way up to Project Manager.In addition to managing projects, he does drafting and design, providing 3D renderings and Construction plans. He has also won MVP of the company for two consecutive years. Raul is also currently enrolled to become a NARI CRPM (Certified Remodeling Project Manager.)Tim, Steve and Raul talk more about:The importance of building teams in constructionThe transition from a laborer to a managerAnd more… Are you struggling with estimating?Unable to Win Contracts? Getting the work, but not making a profit? Learn the Art of Estimating in this two-day, intensive class coming up in April.Presented by Tim Faller, this course will be an interactive experience for you and for your estimator, covering the purpose of estimating, the challenges we face, and why accurate estimating can be so difficult.[ Click Here for More Information + Registration ] The post Ep.140: Hitting Budgets as a Project Manager with Raul Lopez appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
39 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Ep.139: Solar Power Potential with Dana Weinberg
Solar power is becoming increasingly popular and is being seen in more and more new, and existing construction. The cost of it is coming down and the government is taking steps make it more affordable, therefore making it more appealing to property owners. Dana Weinberg, Sales and Finance Director of Sunwatt Solar, joins Tim and Steve in this episode to talk about the benefits of solar power and rebates available for home and business owners.Tim, Steve and Dana talk more about:The benefits of solar power energyData and software used by solar power companiesHow to get involved with solar power companiesThe importance of consulting with a solar company to create great resultsAnd more… The post Ep.139: Solar Power Potential with Dana Weinberg appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
32 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
Ep.138: A Trade Contractors Point of View with Nick Kozar
We have addressed the remodeler/trade contractor relationship in past episode; one from a Production Manager and the other from an on-site Project Manager, but both from the remodeler’s perspective.Learning a different point of view of who you’re working with is crucial to running a smooth business and a lot of remodelers could benefit from hearing the perspective of a trade contractor.In this episode, Nick Kozar, owner of Chelsea Plumbing, does just that.Located in Chelsea, Michigan, Nick began his career with Chelsea Plumbing as an apprentice with no knowledge of the plumbing trade. After 13 years as an employee and receiving Journeyman, Master, and Mechanical Contractor licenses, he purchased the business from its founder who started the company in 1979.Tim, Steve and Nick talk more about:Top three “things” that are important to the trade contractor.Effective ways to address scheduling between remodelers and trade contractors.Dealing with higher costs of trade labor.Strengthening trade and contractor relationships.The perspective of a trade contractor.And more… FREE Webinar: The Slippage Blame Game How to Look at Slippage from All PerspectivesPerhaps more devastating than lost profit, the slippage blame game, typically between estimating and production, can wreak havoc on company morale and affect the entire culture of the business.This FREE webinar, on Tuesday, February 23rd, will focus on the challenge of getting the numbers right and how to look at the problem from all perspectives.[Click Here for More Information + Registration] The post Ep.138: A Trade Contractors Point of View with Nick Kozar appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
34 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Ep.137: Work Force Development in Non-vocational Schools with Rhonda Hanaway
We have done a number of podcasts on work force development. We have spoken with contractors, vocational school teachers, and trade associations like NARI about the topic that is so important to the future of our industry.In this episode, we are expanding by talking to a Career Advisor who works in the guidance department of a Charter School here in Rhode Island.We have worked with Rhonda Hanaway on in-person and virtual career days and learning sessions with her school and others in our region.Rhonda is the Career Advisor at Blackstone Academy Charter School in Pawtucket, RI and has recently been appointed to the Governor’s Coaching Corps in the state of RI. This is a cohort of 35 professionals chosen out of a large pool of people around the state to work on essential questions for Workforce Development.Tim, Steve and Rhonda cover:The difference between a Charter School and a Regular School.What Remodelers and Builders can do to get involved in the non-vocational schools in their own areas.What the approach should be and what person or title should they should reach out to.How to get schools involved that may not have a similar program in place.Job Fairs; what are they and how can they be started.And more… FREE Webinar: The Slippage Blame Game - Who's Fault is it? As long as there has been estimating, there has been the blame game when the estimated price doesn’t match the production costs… that gap is referred to as “slippage” and when left out-of-control, can be devastating to a growing remodeling business.Tim Faller will lead this FREE webinar on Tuesday, February 23rd, and will focus on the challenge of getting the numbers right and how to look at the problem from all perspectives.[Click Here for More Information & to Registration] The post Ep.137: Work Force Development in Non-vocational Schools with Rhonda Hanaway appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
37 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
Ep. 136: Using 3D Imaging in Estimating & Production with Ned Trimming
While the pandemic situation, we’ve been dealing with for almost a year, has led us to one obstacle after another, it has also opened up the production side of the business to a variety of tech tools we haven’t thought of using until we were forced to.3D imaging is one of those tools that was mentioned several times during our Production Manager Roundtables sessions last year, and we began looking at it further as we prepared for our Masterclass on Estimating coming up in April. Does it help with estimating to have these images?We turned to one of the members of our production manager roundtables who was willing to share how they use 3D imaging in their process.Ned Trimming is the Production Manager at Crescent Builds located in Seattle WA. Ned and his team at Crescent had initially purchased a 3D imaging camera due to the pandemic, minimizing client interactions onsite, but the technology has proven to have many other useful benefits as well.Tim, Steve and Ned talk more about:Background on Crescent Builds (size of projects, type of work, etc.).The benefits of using 3D imaging.Using 3D imaging in the Estimating process.The time and cost of using 3D imaging with a client.Challenges that Crescent ran into and how it has improved their process.And more… Peer-Power for your Production Team Developed and led by our Senior Consultant and “Production Guru”, Tim Faller, this special Roundtables Program for Production Managers focuses on all aspects of production management including:People Management Problem solving and making & keeping commitments.Technology Discussions on the latest and greatest technology available.Training Developing personnel improvement plans to increase efficiency.Customer Service The little things that turn a client from a fan to an apostle.[Click Here for More Information] The post Ep. 136: Using 3D Imaging in Estimating & Production with Ned Trimming appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
37 minutes | Jan 25, 2021
Ep.135: Let’s Revisit Zero Punch List Production with Mike Volochuk
On our third episode, back in March of 2018, we talked with Mike Barkhouse from Amsted Design Build about achieving “Zero Punch List” production.We heard from a few listeners about that episode, and the concept of Zero Punch List, so we wanted to revisit it and we are now evangelists in pushing to see the term “Punch list” eliminated from the remodeler’s vocabulary.Punch list is so ingrained within the industry, that it is a tough thing to conceive of not having one. Every blog article written about working with a contractor says something about that punch list. Usually, “Don’t pay until it is done.”Our guest for this episode is Mike Voloschuk, Production Manager at Hurst Design Build Remodel in Westlake, Ohio. Mike is a member of our Roundtables for Production Managers peer group and when he mentioned how his firm had adopted the Zero Punch strategy, we invited him to join us and discuss it.Mike has been with Hurst since 2008 and has moved up from Carpenter to Production Manager over the years.Tim, Steve and Mike talk more about:Background on Hurst Design Build Remodel (size of projects, type of work, etc.).Why Hurst moved to Zero Punch List production.How Hurst made the transition and how the team reacted and adapted to the change.How Hurst is doing with the new production mindset and how the clients have responded.And more… This Episode Brought is Sponsored by LL Flooring We are excited to welcome LL Flooring as a sponsor for this episode. For over 25 years and with over 400 locations nationwide, they have focused on doing one thing – hard surface flooring – better than anyone else. Check out their website here – LL Flooring The post Ep.135: Let’s Revisit Zero Punch List Production with Mike Volochuk appeared first on The Tim Faller Show.
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