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BUNDY BUNDESMAN

Bundy Bundesman is a business consultant who has had a long and accomplished business career having run companies both large and small. He was most recently President of an industrial construction firm in Atlanta.

He was the founder and CEO of both a full-service design/build contractor and a company that sold distressed assets to investors on behalf of banking clients. He was a Senior Vice President at a $90 million design/build construction firm where he oversaw business development. And, most notably, he was an Executive Vice President at McDevitt & Street Company where he and a group of other Executive Committee members engineered explosive growth taking the company from $80 million to over $1 billion in sales volume while increasing gross margins by 125% and hiring, training, and managing hundreds of employees around the country.

Bundy specializes in strategic planning, business development, people development, operations planning, and finance among other things. He has lectured at the Clemson University Construction Sciences and Management Department.  He is a graduate of the University of Georgia.

Recent Posts

Attitude is Everything

While it might appear to be a hackneyed cliché, attitude IS contagious, and your attitude affects others as you come in contact with them. It’s not what happens to you that matters. It’s how you choose to respond that makes a difference, and that’s all about your...

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Tom Brady and Creative Destruction

Super Bowl 55 is in the books, but what if we turned the clock back to Tom Brady’s first Super Bowl in 2002? What can we learn about changes in the business world during that short 19 year period, and what conclusions may we draw? Most importantly, what are the...

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Today’s Estimate

The construction industry is facing a bit of a slowdown. Now that competition is tougher and there are fewer projects available, how do you play to win? For many contractors, the first tendency is to shave estimates unrealistically to win more work. But is this a...

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