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Successful projects typically generate many types of value: profits for the contractor, market advantages for the owner, and lessons learned for the project team. This article features the CEO of Aadland Evans Constructors (Portland, OR, USA) discussing how his organization manages projects to generate valuable outcomes. In doing so, it describes the company's approach to managing projects, its core project management value, and its approach to managing projects in today's economy.
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