Complimentary Consulting with Industry Experts

eSUB is passionate about empowering subcontractors and delivering services to ensuring they are equipped with all the knowledge and tools to make their business better. Our consultants are highly qualified subject matter experts chosen for their experience, skills, and interest in using their professional expertise to help trade contractors improve their business operations.

What is keeping you up at night?

  • Complicated tech stack
  • Tech adoption challenges
  • Lack of visibility into field operations
  • Burdened by manual processes

Get your questions answered in a personalized, one-on-one, 30-minute consulting session.


Ed Coffin

Business Operations Troubleshooter

With over 30 years of experience and expertise in the electrical and low voltage industry, Ed Coffin works closely with contractors in improving their workflow efficiency from estimating through construction completion. Previously Ed has worked as Chief Technology Advisor at ConEst and an electrician, estimator, and project manager with several electrical contracting companies.

Areas of Expertise and Discussion Topics

  • Basic & Advanced Estimating
  • Project Management Best Practices
  • Effective Scheduling and Resource Management
  • Effective use of Cost Codes
  • How and when to develop a work breakdown structure
  • How to communicate constructively between estimating and project management
  • How to better manage and leverage change order management


Jeff Sample

IronMan of IT

With a strong background in software development, Jeff has spent the past 20 years guiding companies on the transformative value of technology. Previously Jeff has worked as a Consultant with JBKnowledge Consulting and IT Director for a leading masonry contractor. His depth of IT experience and his passion for Ironman competitions has made Jeff widely known as the “The Ironman of IT.”

Areas of Expertise and Discussion Topics

  • Internal and Outsourced IT Budgeting (IT & Software)
  • Deployment Strategy
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Jobsite Connectivity
  • Complicated Tech Stack
  • Previously Failed Implementations
  • Leadership barriers