Contractor Business Boot Camp
New classes starting in Dallas and Raleigh in 2024.
Give your NextGen leaders the opportunity to learn the business of construction and the key leadership skills they will need to successfully perform their jobs tomorrow.
We Can Help You
Joining the Boot Camp is Simple
Schedule A call
One of our trusted advisors will gather information about you and your business to find the perfect cohort to help you and your business reach new heights.
Join A Cohort
You will join a group of 25-50 participants with similar industry companies and backgrounds. In this group, you’ll gain insight into learning the “BUSINESS” of running a successful construction firm as well as share your own expertise to help others achieve their goals.
Transform Your Business and Your Life
Boot Camp has the power to change the game for your business and absolutely transform your life. Your instructors and cohort members will give you the resources to make lasting changes which will supercharge your success for years to come.
There is power in learning
The 1st Session of Boot Camp went well! Positive messages and encouraging lessons that can be immediately implemented. Some changes in culture can take time, other changes in attitude and approach can be adopted right away! It’s helpful to have people leading the Bootcamp who know the Industry – maybe they don’t know every individual Company or Company Personality – but there is an understanding of how our industry behaves that allows for the Messages to be applied with accuracy and poignancy.
David Fan, Division Manager, B.T. Mancini, Sacramento, CA
It is definitely reassuring that there are others out there that also want success for the next generation. I got a lot of takeaways from this weekend and really appreciate the time and effort you and your team put in to make sure it went smoothly. I’m looking forward to six months from now to come to the next boot camp session. I’ll be sure to sharpen my skills and knowledge to bring more to the table next meeting. Thanks.
Joe Leonello, Assistant Estimator, FRANJO Construction, Homestead, PA
As soon as we left the seminar and got in a cab to the airport, Dane and I both agreed that we had “drank the FBI koolaid” and couldn’t wait to get to work and share some of the extremely insightful knowledge you guys shared with us on Friday and Saturday. I think that almost all the material will be an enormous benefit to Harrison & Burrowes. We are extremely excited about what FBI can offer and can’t wait until the next session.
Chris DiStefano, VP, Harrison & Burrowes Bridge Constructors, Glenmont, NY
The Contractor Business Boot Camp helped me understand some of the leadership and management challenges that get overlooked on a daily basis. Peer to peer discussions and interactions throughout the event provided valuable knowledge that is tough to find in this industry.
Eric Helitzer, Project Manager, GRYCON, Dania Beach, FL
We enrolled two persons in this and, after the first 2-day session, they spoke very highly of the program and are looking forward to the future sessions. We would highly recommend.
Kent Pilcher, President, Estes Construction, Davenport, IA
I found Boot Camp to be extremely valuable in understanding the concept of providing LEADERSHIP rather than MANAGEMENT of associates. The important quote I took away is “Lead People, Manage Things.”
Casey McBride, Director of Preconstruction, A.L. Huber General Contractor, Overland Park, KS
Contractor Business Boot Camp
New Classes Starting in Dallas and Raleigh in 2024
♦ 8 days of intense in-person Contractor Business learning
♦ Leadership development, construction operations, construction finance, business development, strategic planning, and more
♦ 2 days twice a year for 2 years
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