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Efficiency is key in any successful construction operation. Project managers and on-site construction managers juggle a variety of trades, vendors and contractors on a daily basis – all while trying to stay on a tight schedule.

Imagine the valuable time savings of scheduling multiple jobsite services with just one phone call. With the new construction services from Quest Resource Management Group (Quest) that dream has become a reality.

Quest offers comprehensive construction services for commercial construction firms and homebuilding companies across the nation. Quest’s construction services include both job site resources and green building certification.

Jobsite Services:

  • Hazardous waste removal
  • Mixed paper recycling
  • Construction debris recycling
  • Waste paint recycling
  • Wood recycling
  • Concrete recycling
  • Cardboard recycling
  • Roofing material recycling
  • Drywall recycling
  • Metal recycling
  • Municipal solid waste
  • Roll off services
  • Open top containers
  • Port-o-lets
  • Office trailers
  • Storage units

Green Building Resources:

  • LEED certification
  • Energy audits
  • Renewable energy credits

Quest’s unparalleled customer service provides 24-hour support 365 days a year. With calls answered within 10 seconds, construction managers can spend less time on the phone waiting to schedule a service and more time managing jobsite operations and trades.

More than just timesaving benefits, Quest’s construction service offers sustainable business practices for green building operations. Services include detailed tracking and reporting of the volume of materials landfilled and recycled as well as credits earned toward LEED certification.

Run a more efficient, eco-friendly construction operation with Quest. To learn more, visit https://questrmg.com/construction/ or contact Quest’s construction services team today.

Quest Resource Management Group is a subsidiary of Quest Resource Holding Corporation (NASDAQ: QRHC).

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