By Kim Slowey for ConstructionDive
By getting rid of wasteful practices, hiring new talent and meeting client needs, these firms came out ahead after a very difficult year.
The U.S. business community overall has suffered a great deal during the coronavirus pandemic. Restaurants and retail establishments have shut down due to customers staying home during lockdowns or because of tight government restrictions on how they are able to operate. Contractors and others in the industry have also taken a hit, even though many services were deemed essential, because some owners and developers are taking a pause on their projects amid economic uncertainty.