Collaborative Construction: Your Homeowners Advocate

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Ed Earl is an experienced professional advisor hired by homeowners to manage the entire collaborative construction process and interface between the homeowner, the builder, the architect, the interior designer and all of the parties involved in a luxury construction project. Sophisticated homeowners recognize that an Owners Construction Project Manager is a valuable added component to the conventional architect/contractor model when building an estate home or constructing a luxury remodel project.

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Ed Earl is a Principal Expert at Residential Contractor Services Group

About Ed Earl

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Ed Earl has over 30 years of construction experience and an MBA from Stanford University. He has represented owners on a wide variety of construction projects from a 27,000 sf estate home to a safari camp rebuild in Africa to a nunnery complex at a Buddhist monastery which incorporated sustainable design and green building techniques including straw bale construction. 

 

Ed Earl is also a business coach working exclusively with residential contractors to help them increase both their profitability and enjoyment in their construction company. 

 

Known as the 'Zen Builder', Ed Earl is also a talented national speaker giving presentations to the construction industry about reducing conflict in their business and eliminating drama with their customers. To watch some of his presentations, visit The Zen Builder.

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