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Managing Downtime on your Projects

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Downtime on your Commercial Concrete or Asphalt Projects. You probably already know what this is, but for those of you who don’t (who are you?) ‘downtime’ is what we call it when you’ve got an asset like a parking lot or a rail yard and you’ve got to take it down for a few days […]

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Scheduling Your Projects Early – Budgeting.

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Project Budgeting is Fundamental to the Success of your Business. It’s a rare person who finds project budgeting fun. At Goodmanson Construction, we have to budget just like everyone else does. How much new equipment do we want to buy this year? How many new employees can we afford to hire? How much new business […]

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New Year, Still Here. Reflections on a Decade.

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A Decade Ago… Things were Very Different Just pulling up this picture at the Oval from 2011 brings back memories. Everyone looks so young! Look at Paul and Chris! Neil! Rick’s babyface! There’s Shawn and Bryan and… wait, is that Jimmer over there with that smoldering look in the lower left hand corner? There’s been […]

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Commercial Snow Removal and Concrete Construction

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“What Does a Minnesota Asphalt, Concrete and Excavation Contractor do in the Wintertime?” There’s a misunderstanding, in general, among Minnesotans. That misunderstanding is that there really is such a thing as a “construction season” and then a season where there is no construction. While it is true that construction work slows down in the winter, […]

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In-Ground Radiant Hydronic Heating

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Let’s Kick Things Off with a Metaphor. Chances are you’ve met a “truck guy” at some point in your life. You know the kind. It’s a guy (or gal, for that matter) who always seems to have a truck as their preferred way to get around. The pickup bed is usually empty and pristine to […]

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ADA Compliant Construction: Concrete Access Ramps

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We’re continuing our series on ADA Compliant Construction by talking about ramps which comply with the 2010 ADA Standards! So you need a ramp, huh? You’ve measured the distance to your ADA Compliant Entry and you and your contractor have determined that in order to comply with the ADA and the Minnesota Accessibility Code you […]

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ADA Compliant Construction: Entryways

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The Pros at Goodmanson Construction Teach YOU About How to Get an ADA Compliant Entryway Let’s make something clear: Accessibility isn’t one thing, it’s an entire ecosystem of things that work together to break down barriers between your business and your customers. It’s not just a parking spot: it’s signage, it’s grading and it’s the […]

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