How a small general contractor survived the economic downturn

03/13/2013 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Roger Hendrick Construction, which handles a diverse array of projects, managed to make it through the country's difficult economic times without resorting to layoffs. The Charlotte, N.C.-based business managed to stay afloat by taking on smaller projects and looking for work that was located outside its typical geographic area of operation. In addition, CEO Roger Hendrick networked with other entrepreneurs to gain new insights about the state of the industry.

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