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#13148 - 08/26/02 09:44 AM good books to have
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I am certain this has been posted before so if anyone can even tell me where the thread is...

I am looking for good books about estimating jobs...

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#13149 - 09/02/02 10:27 AM Re: good books to have
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Best suggestion:

Check out the ECN Bookstore.

Post names of a few Manuals and see what everyone says.

Maybe Bill can suggest Manual[s] best suited to you.

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#13150 - 09/04/02 02:54 PM Re: good books to have
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There is a good computer program out there it is called Electrical Bid manager by Visionsoft

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