The Builder's Guide to Running a Successful Construction Company
Contractors need more than trade skills to be successful -- they also need business acumen and managerial skills. The Builder's Guide to Running a Successful Construction Company is a comprehensive, detailed guide for building a thriving business. It covers all the basics including bids, schedules, contracts, finance, safety, and insurance, and features charts, sample forms, and a list of resources.
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