Listening is key to Clancy’s success
Clancy Built on Partnership prides itself on always finding out exactly what its clients want, down to the smallest details, writes Graham Clifford
When we think of the construction industry, we think of busy building sites alive with activity. The sound of drilling, banging and heavy machinery at work.
For one successful construction and project management business, however, listening is a key ingredient in their success.
Clancy Built on Partnership celebrated its 70th anniversary last year, and has evolved and grown by overcoming hurdles along the way.
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