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#12640 - 08/14/02 05:40 AM Commercial Bidding
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What are some of the methodeds used out there for bidding new commercial construction? Do most of you bid new commercial and new industrial the same way?

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#12641 - 08/14/02 03:08 PM Re: Commercial Bidding
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We bid commercial based on the prints and specs submitted; do our take-off's and apply OH, & % of profit.

Industrial is basically the same methods.

Design/build is a little easier; the take-off process is eliminated as we do the prints and spec.



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