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Just a short few words to say hi and to congratulate you all on a really great forum and website.

I am a residential building contractor based in Dublin Ireland and i have been visiting your site for the last 10-12 months looking to see how the US contractors are weathering and overcoming the economic storm.

It looks like we're all in the same boat, similar challenges during the months/years ahead.

It's refeshing to see your positive attitudes to getting on with it and we can learn a lot from your marketing and sales experiences particularly.


A little about me:
Married no kids but we do have a dog(so we must be bearable ;))
In the building industry for over 20 years
During the years i qualified as a quantity surveyor and project manager and became self employed 4 years ago.
I like high quality, challenging projects which bring home the bacon as we say over here!

I specialise in high end residential new build and remodeling projects in and arounf the Dublin area.

Wishing you all the best and i look forward to contributing wherever i can.

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Welcome from the heartland of America. Things are definitely tight over here, especially where I am at. Caddo County is the poorest county in the state of Oklahoma. However, when I look around, I see opportunity. There are a lot of run down homes around here, mostly because we are 65 miles away from civilization so most contractors from the larger cities won't come out here.
 

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My best friend and right hand man on the job is a proud(and stubborn) Irishman. On behalf of him, myself and all the gang here, welcome to CT
 

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Well knowing im a "proud(and stubborn) Irishman" Welcome to the site.
 

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Welcome

Welcome to the site, nice to see " the old country" is represented .

My parents speak foundly of growing up in Ireland...Good luck:thumbup:
 
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