Moving to Commercial Construction
Commercial construction work is usually larger than residential, and the payoff is better, plus you don't have to deal with, and explain things to, homeowners. But commercial jobs have risks of their own. If you've been thinking of taking on more commercial jobs and making more money, you can use the information in this new book. It contains step-by-step methods to help make the move from residential to commercial construction a successful one. Covers finding commercial work, compiling an estimate and presenting a bid, getting through the submittal and shop drawing process, working with owners, architects and subs, and controlling your costs and insuring your profit. Includes a CD-ROM with blank forms for a commercial construction business.
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