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June 5, 2009
EllisDon launches consulting service
EllisDon has announced the launch of a consulting division that will offer services to the broad construction industry.
Consulting will be offered in four service groups: risk management, project analysis and delivery, building sciences and human resources consulting.
EllisDon will also be launching an online construction community forum called econstruction.com.
The forum will be open to anyone who wants to share ideas, new methods, and ask questions about anything related to construction.
Geoff Smith, president and C.E.O. of EllisDon, said, “We don’t want to be limited to merely building buildings anymore, instead we are offering to help anyone involved in the building process — clients, contractors, subcontractors, lenders — to ensure their success, get them to another level, become more efficient, make more money.”
“Where people are providing these services, they aren’t builders,” Smith said. “When we say something will work, we know it will work, and are prepared to participate and guarantee.”
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