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New England Construction Blog

Summer Orientation: New England Construction's Intern Blog Begins Again

You know that feeling you get on the first day at a new school?  You know the one where all you can think about are different ways you can fail and creating scenarios that are pretty much impossible? Whether it be a new job in a new state or your freshman year of school away from home, we tend...

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Topics: Intern Program, Company Culture

Integrity, Excellence, Commitment... And Family?

In 1985,David Sluter founded New England Construction as a family owned company built upon three major guiding principles – integrity, excellence, and commitment.  Well, 32 years later, Matt Sluter, David’s son is now leading the company with those three principles in the forefront of his mind. ...

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Topics: Company Culture

Buying In to the Buyout!

Suzette Joseph5/18/2017

“Buyout” is the transitional time between the preconstruction and the construction phases of a project. It is during buyout that purchase orders and subcontracts are issued. Working closely with construction management team and general contractors at this stage is crucial to the overall...

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Topics: Education, Business Tips

Road Tripping On The Buyer's Journey!

Mike Gorman5/4/2017

Spring Fever is settling in here in New England as the days get longer, the sun shines brighter and the frost has faded away. This is a great time of the year to plan a road trip. Of course when you sit down to do this you start asking yourself some questions, like:

  • Why do I even want to do...
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Topics: Education, Business Tips

More That Just A Dotted Line… Advice from a Contract Administrator at NEC

Lauren Letellier4/19/2017

As a Contract Administrator I get the pleasure of handling many different roles within the company here at New England Construction. Although the word is in my title, my duties don’t just involve contracts. In addition to making sure all contracts are processed properly in a timely manner with...

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Topics: Education, Business Tips

Business Development in 2 Hours

Kim Sluter4/6/2017

Ever see that movie “She’s Just Not That Into You”?  You know the part where Drew Barrymore is exhausted from the effort it takes to date in the digital age?  This 50 second monologue describes what it’s like to be a Business Development professional in today’s world.  Inbound Marketing,...

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Topics: Education, Business Tips

You and Your Business Should Be In Fear of Missing Out

Kim Sluter3/24/2017

What do you get when you put 1100 Professional Women in a room at the 20th Annual Bryant University Women’s Summit?  10 NEC women found out on Friday, March 17th.  You get access to the free exchange of ideas.  You get 3 keynote speakers, 2 breakout sessions and comments from the Governor.  You...

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Topics: Education, Business Tips

Those first steps... Joining the New England Construction Team

With ambition comes opportunity,

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Topics: Company Culture

The Closing of the Year

Ethan Sluter2/27/2017

Year-end for construction finance professionals:  the bane of our existence.  Trying to complete all of the year end tasks along with all of our day-to-day responsibilities can make this time of year very difficult. 40 to 50-hour work weeks become 50 to even 70-hour weeks almost overnight.  The...

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Topics: Education, Construction, Business Tips

Ambitious Endeavors: Phased Planning for Ferrari & Maserati

Mike Gorman2/27/2017

Many images come to mind when you think about an automobile showroom in general. Most involve a clear, crisp look that showcases the vehicles for sale. You might also think about a comfortable, modern feel that invites a buyer to explore their choices. Now think about that showroom again, but...

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Topics: Education, Construction