EDITOR'S NOTE: Several 2014 Summit attendees told us what dollars they saved in learning process-efficiency principles. This year's Summit will be equally beneficial to the bottom line. Here's what builder Brandon Jackson says.
"I've been concentrating on the Lean process, being able to look at the project from a value-engineering standpoint and working with the subcontractors, helping each other do a faster, more efficient job, I think as far as my overall framing costs, I could probably save 10 to 15 percent, so maybe $2,000 per house, getting away from a lot of waste and inefficiencies."
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-- BRANDON JACKSON, CPB, Tulsa
President of the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa
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