Related Links: Imagining Construction's Future Maurice Patrick Jamison V sat on the steps of his house. It had been a long legal battle, but now it was his and he was determined to make it his home. The house was built ten years before the Civil War and originally sat on 640 acres. Over the years, parcels of the land had been sold until only five acres and the house were left.Big and rambling, the house had been the talk of the state. The original structure had been added onto ten times, at least that Maurice had been able to
The market is generally healthy and steadily growing, and margins are up for large specialty contractors. Further, advances in design tools and owner demand for collaboration are giving subcontractors a seat at the table early on in projects.