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Ticker Symbol Entity Name As Of Date Company Name Followers Employees on Linkedin Link Industry Date Added Date Updated Description Website Specialities Logo HQ.Street HQ.City HQ.State HQ.Country HQ.Postal Sector Industry
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 May 31st, 2019 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 35 10.00 Open Construction May 31st, 2019 01:47AM May 31st, 2019 01:47AM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process. Open Invoice Purchasing, Invoice Servicing, Similar to Factoring, Receivables Purchasing, High Returns Open P.O. Box 389 Derby Kansas US 67037
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 27 5.00 Open Construction Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process.
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 27 5.00 Open Construction Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process.
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 27 5.00 Open Construction Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process.
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 27 5.00 Open Construction Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process.
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 27 5.00 Open Construction Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process.
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 27 5.00 Open Construction Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process.
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 27 5.00 Open Construction Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process.
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 27 5.00 Open Construction Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process.
private:premierconstructionservciesinc.-2 2260052 Feb 9th, 2018 12:00AM Premier Construction Services, Inc. 27 5.00 Open Construction Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM Feb 9th, 2017 08:57AM I would like to introduce you to Premier Construction Services. Premier began in the early 90’s as a framing subcontractor for commercial and residential projects. Throughout the years we have completed many projects from hotels, facilities, hospitals to multi-family and senior residents’ facilities. One of the biggest challenges Subcontractors face is cash flow. In Construction, each Subcontractor (Sub) must complete the work required by the General Contractor (GC) Then invoice the GC for payment. This process requires the Subs to pay for equipment, labor, in some cases traveling expenses and materials. Depending on the GC’s paying schedule, the GC then has around 30 days to pay the invoice for already completed work. So a few weeks in, the Sub is in the whole but won’t receive payment for their completed work for around 30 days. Unfortunately, there is still more work to be done. The Sub then continues on the project, spending more money on labor, equipment, materials, and traveling expenses. I think you see where this is headed. Many Subcontractors cannot afford to last in this business because of the invoicing process.

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