Feasible as in will they fit into our already busy schedule. Also, we are fortunate enough to have a minimum sized project that we will take on. We really try and focus on jobs that are large enough that other contractors will not either want or be able to bid. Our Installation division will travel as far as needed, but sometimes if the job is large enough we will rent a facility and set up a remote location until the completion of the project. We also try and hire local employees when those jobs come around as well. We have a job on Fort Bragg coming up, we are hoping to hire some off duty military guys to help with it. Most of our large projects take several years to complete. They are installed in phases and require us to pull of site for weeks at a time while other contractors are completing their part of a project. Our largest residential style installation (neighborhood entrance with 3 mile parkway) took 1.5 years to complete the first phase of grading, irrigation (6 miles of potable and 11 miles of reclaimed...thats where the big trencher came in handy) followed by another 9 months of plant and turf material. Novartis our largest project to date was started in 2008 and we are still working on new phases of it as we speak. They own 137 acres and have only developed 33 of them. We hold the master service agreement for that property...basically if they need anything from a new parking lot, to removing pallets from the loading dock, dumpsters for another sub contractor or a tent for a party...we handle it. Recently we have had a pretty high "win" ratio on the Installation projects. We bid 11 this year and won 7 of them. 3 have been for a contractor that is building new schools for the school system. The schools are built off of a master plan around here, so once you build one you get your P&L down to a science and have a pretty good idea of what you need to bid the next one for. We will be doing (2) next year, both are a full landscape and athletic fields with irrigation. One has a 6 acre retention pond that the entire site drains to. I will say that the #'s on that pond alone are the majority of our install price.