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#156469 05/07/05 08:45 AM
Joined: Apr 2005
Posts: 39
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We are a midsized EC in the Northeast and have just experianced the worst work slowdown in 4 years. Almost a 50% drop in revinue.
Wondering if any other EC's from around the country (large or small) have had this same experiance.
We do both residental and commerical service.
Thanks

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#156470 05/07/05 01:07 PM
Joined: Dec 2004
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Still chugging along just fine here.

#156471 05/07/05 01:09 PM
Joined: May 2005
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My January and February were slow, but March and April made up for it, so I'm back on track. I expect a large commercial project to be in gear in 30 days, which will keep me busy the rest of the year.

Hang in there, and stick with the business that got you here.

Dave

#156472 05/08/05 11:23 PM
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In Michigan things seem to be picking up, although 2 very large contractors have gone under in the last 6 months. I have alot of prints comming in, but there seem to be alot of low bidders comming in latley.


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