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Published in : 2011-02-22 | by ereidotcom
Recorded on February 16, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Published in : 2013-02-13 | by Construction Employers
Contractor Success Series: Reviewing plans and specifications, job costing, manpower and materials, takeoffs, how assembled, bid submission, negotiation, award, procurement and change orders...
Published in : 2015-08-10 | by Stanley "Dirt Monkey" Genadek
How to Bid Landscaping - Lump Sum or Time and Material. Each Method has its place. We show you the difference and when to use each. This is the basics of how to get started understanding...
Published in : 2017-05-25 | by North Country outdoor
IN THIS VIDEO I TALK ABOUT BIDDING JOBS. TREE JOBS IN PARTICULAR. AND HOW I WEED OUT THE CUSTOMERS THAT ARE NOT SERIOUS ABOUT HAVING THE WORK DONE.
Published in : 2015-08-17 | by Stanley "Dirt Monkey" Genadek
If you own a skid steer- you will eventually be asked to do a grading job. We break down the bidding process to quickly understand the basics and what it takes to accomplish this work. How...
Published in : 2016-04-21 | by ProfitDig
https://profitdig.com - Construction estimating and bidding - See how quick and easy it is to create professional bids with ProfitDig. Bid to Budget - job costing and estimating made easy!
Published in : 2015-03-09 | by I AM NERD | I'M Entrepreneur
One of the more difficult aspects of self-employment is setting one's own rates and preparing bids for projects. Knowing how to bid a job is a valuable skill, because the amount of time that...
Published in : 2011-02-22 | by ereidotcom
Recorded on February 16, 2010 using a Flip Video camcorder.
Published in : 2010-03-24 | by eHowEducation
When writing a construction bid, usually you're competing with other contractors in a bid to secure work. Know the best way to secure work with a construction bid with the help of a general...
Request details concerning the project. For instance, bidding on a final deliverable project will differ from an ongoing process. Know the client's desired outcome. Your idea of "complete"...