Posted on November 3, 2014 by By Carol Hartzog Communications

Editor's note: The Oklahoma Building Summit registered the most participants of any summit in its six-year history - more than 400, and raised the most revenue, which will turn back into producing a bigger event/show next year, Aug. 26-27 at Cox Convention Center.

"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."


Incoming president of the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa

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