The Construction Leading Edge Podcast

EPISODE 309: What does it take to grow a construction business to $250M in revenue?

In this week’s podcast episode, I sit down with Wes Palmisano, CEO and owner of WJ Palmisano and its subsidiaries, to talk about how he scaled up his construction business by focusing on preconstruction.

Today, Wes explains the importance of preconstruction and having the right systems and processes when scaling a business. He also talks about the biggest roadblocks hampering construction innovation, how he and his team are tackling those, how to work with external trade partners and subcontractors, with emphasis on building trust, and a lot more.

Let’s get right into it!

 

Key Takeaways:

Introduction (00:00)

How Wes Palmisano got into construction (02:30)

Biggest construction problem that Wes is taking on (06:09)

What are the roadblocks that are hampering construction innovation? (09:20)

What does being a master builder look like? (14:08)

Working with external trade partners vs. internally (16:06)

How subs and external trade partners can build trust (22:52)

How important is preconstruction (24:51)

The importance of having systems and processes in scaling up a business (34:30)

The guardrail approach explained (39:56)

Advice to construction business owners in scaling up a business (42:43)

Rapid-fire questions with Wes (48:21)

Episode wrap-up (51:34)

 

Additional Resources:

- Join Chaos to Control: Streamline Your Construction Business 28-Day Challenge HERE

- Hear our clients' success stories HERE 

- Schedule Your Business Evaluation Call HERE

 

Connect with Wes:

- Follow Wes on LinkedIn HERE

- Check out their company website HERE

- Explore their other brands HERE

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