Contractors, Architects, Trades, Designers….
Sean Lintow Sr is a third generation builder with over 20 years experience. He has worked on everything from houseboats to skyscrapers, production building to historic residential remodels. Seven years ago, after moving to Alabama, he started SLS Construction and focused exclusively on remodeling. Sean has a passion for not only figuring out how he can build and remodel better but helping others do so as well. As one who eschews the term “green”, Sean chooses to focus more on common sense practices that improve the building process… His blog is The HTRC: Homeowner’s and Trades Resource Center.
No matter what you are doing or working on, a well-functioning team of professionals working together on a project generally ensures success & improved client satisfaction. When everyone is on the same page, it can almost seem heavenly where everything just seems to flow. Sure, one might hit a few rough spots along the way but those can be quickly dealt with if there is good communication between team members. Unfortunately the opposite often seems to be the norm, leaving many asking “Why can’t we all just get along?”
This will be the topic of our Twitter discussion at kbtribechat next Wednesday, June 12, 2013 from 2 to 3 pm eastern time lead by Sean Lintow Sr.
1. What is your general role in a project & do you insist on being the go-to person?