Construction Leads and Construction Project Reports Now Available in Las Vegas

Share Article

Construction Lead Journal provides a journal of construction leads to 10 of the western states using current building permit information. The journal is now available in Las Vegas, where growth is a permanent condition. Residents are moving in all the time, and visitors are coming constantly. Builders are building, and this service will allow all types of construction professionals in Las Vegas with a valuable resource in finding new projects and the people they need to contact.

Past News Releases


Las Vegas, NV March 1, 2007—Construction Lead Journal, a construction lead provider has just opened a new area: Las Vegas. Nevada construction leads are now available through this service for all professionals in the construction industry in Las Vegas. Construction Lead Journal provides a valuable service for its clients: a journal of hot, ready-to-go construction leads.

Their unique method of finding leads consists of a weekly journal of newly acquired building permits, something that any construction professional could do, and then going the extra few, but difficult, steps of locating all the contact information needed to make the building permit into a valuable construction lead. Furthermore, this service is of value because Construction Lead Journal takes the time to travel to the various cities to collect the information about recently acquired building permits—time that contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers don't have if they want to get any work done.

The permit report that Construction Lead Journal sells is Construction Monitor, which has been sold since 1989. This service has been invaluable to all members of the construction industry, including appraisers, suppliers, sub-contractors of every kind, waste management, portable restroom suppliers, utility companies, and many more.

Many professionals in each of these areas of expertise have used this journal of construction leads for years, and have found the service consistent and valuable. They say they much prefer the service to doing the leg-work themselves, as the leads are complete, having all the needed information, including telephone numbers of the correct persons. Some say they had tried similar methods in the past themselves, but were unable to come up with as much information after much searching.

The construction lead journal gives its users a jump start on their competition, because most of the permits are fewer than seven days old. This allows the professional to contact the right person sometimes before he finds the going rate for the job. Using the journal allows builders to be one of the first bidders on a job, giving them a better chance at landing the job. To learn more about the construction lead journal in Las Vegas, visit Nevada construction leads at Construction Lead Journal.

Press Contact:

Mike Mineer



Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Mike Mineer
Visit website