Industry veteran, Jud Griggs, is the champion of selling, managing and making money on design/build projects.
August 11, 2022 (Wilton, CT) – The landscape industry thrived throughout the pandemic as the U.S. workforce working from home decided they needed to upgrade their landscapes. And with hybrid work now part of the DNA of many businesses, landscape contractors are in a unique position to capitalize on the opportunity to sell more design/build work and do it more profitably.
Bringing the vision and dreams of a design/build project to life can’t be achieved by just anyone. It takes a highly skilled and creative company with an experienced sales and creative design team.
How can you take advantage of these growth opportunities? By assembling a team that is trained and confident in selling, designing and delivering complex design/build projects. By networking with like-minded but non-competitive contractors, the process can be accelerated through the exchange of ideas and proven methods for success.
You may already belong to a maintenance and construction peer group, but not one specific to design/build. And, with nearly 50 years of experience and perspective that Head Harvester Jud Griggs brings to the table, you’ll be miles ahead of your competition in sales and profitability.
Join Jud’s peer group and you’ll master the nuances of selling this specialty service including:
- Structuring your design/build company
- Establishing company culture and performance management measurements
- Estimating and pricing
- P&L set-up
- Financial benchmarks
- Design/build software solutions
- Equipment selection
- And more
Networking with like-minded, non-competitive businesses can accelerate your company’s growth and profitability.
The Harvest Group – which includes Bill Arman; Ed Laflamme, LIC; Steve Cesare, Alison Hoffman, Chris Darnell, Jud Griggs and Cindy Code – currently does business in 42 states and five countries working with landscape business owners to increase their sales, grow their bottom line and sell their company when ready.