Mar 26, 2019
In this episode of Construction Genius, Eric sits down with Tim Murphy, CEO of the Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange. Their conversation focuses on how to solve the construction industry’s talent shortage by shifting society’s often-misplaced emphasis on a four-year college degree as the only barometer of success, and by emphasizing the opportunities in the trades now available to young people who may not be best served by the traditional college route.
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Founded in 1901 and serving 1200 member companies, the Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange is the construction industry’s oldest and largest association in the region. The Exchange’s members include area contractors and subcontractors, suppliers and industry support organizations. The Sacramento Regional Builders Exchange serves the industrial & commercial construction industry by providing education programs, safety programs, bidding information, political advocacy, networking opportunities, and other related information and events for the construction industry within the greater Sacramento Region. Through our Sacramento office we serve Sacramento, Yolo, El Dorado, Placer, Amador, and Alpine Counties.