Kim Sluter

Kim Sluter

Kim Sluter is New England Construction's Director of Business Development.

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Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on March 18, 2021

PROVIDENCE – New England Construction, a family-owned construction company based in Rumford, is currently building Providence Community Health Center's 9th location. With this project, NEC is proud to support Providence's Olneyville community, a neighborhood that hosts some of the worst health outcomes and data in Providence. The new location will also include an Express Care department.

Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on January 11, 2021

BOSTON – New England Construction, a family-owned construction company based in Rhode Island, is currently building Grace Apartments, an affordable seniors housing development located in East Boston. With this project, NEC is proud to support Boston’s commitment to increase the number of housing units available to seniors.  

Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on January 11, 2021
Some state and local governments are requiring that every construction project have a COVID-19 section in their safety programs. In order to satisfy this requirement, CRM has developed this document.

Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on January 11, 2021
2020 exposed a country divided. The racial inequality highlighted during the pandemic, the protests, and the election season forced all of us to look within, question what we know, how we operate, and how we can be better. While reflection is helpful to kickstart change, real initiatives need to be instilled in order to make our workplaces more diverse and inclusive. At NEC, we don’t just want to question – we want to take the steps to actively become a better organization.

Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on March 28, 2018

Do you need a personal user manual?

We all have our unique gifts.  We also have preferred settings that generate optimum productivity and flow.  Why not share our idiosyncrasies and preferred working environment with our employees, teams and colleagues, and develop a ‘user manual’ that captures our particular working style? Creating your own user manual can be a great exercise in self-reflection and when shared with others, this tool can be useful to highlight team dynamics and spark healthy dialogue around how to most effectively work with one another.

Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on April 06, 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, Targeted Sales Outreach, Buyer Personas, Client Journey, LinkedIN, FB, Twitter, Instagram, – the buzz word bingo alone is enough to make you feel overwhelmed.  Is it possible to avoid the exhaustion that accompanies a never-ending stimulus cycle?  Yes, focus on 2 hours of weekly Business Development planning.

Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on March 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 redefine what leadership means for you and feel the energy you need to champion change and follow your passion. You get best practices.  You get hacks and tips to elevate your own game or better yet create a NEW game.  If you don’t attend you’re missing out and if you don’t invest in your employees’ attendance then your business is missing out.

Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on November 30, 2016

Leadership Team Initiatives.  Annual budgets. Department Strategy Wheels. Company Vision Statements. Tactical Objectives.  High level business planning is no longer a fourth quarter task.  Effective leadership teams are business planning 365 days while still executing the blocking and tackling of their day jobs.   The New Year is looming, all the achievements of 2016 will be history and the sales button resets to 0.  Are you and your leadership team ready?


Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on September 27, 2016

You know your project is a success when the Electrician sends the Project Superintendent a text on the last day that reads “I can’t believe this is our last day on site. Cry emoji. Cry emoji. Cry emoji.” The electrician is not alone when it comes to sentimental feelings surrounding the RI Mall redevelopment project. What made this 8 month, 252,000 SF renovation so special?  

Kim Sluter
By Kim Sluter
on September 27, 2016

Candid, professional feedback is critical to professional growth. Upon project completion, we often host a “Lessons Learned” meeting with our clients. We celebrate successes and identify challenges and areas for improvement. At NEC, we’ve recently started conducting the same meetings with subcontractors. What about the extended team that contributed to project successes and challenges?