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Estimating for Fitouts

The final stage of a construction project is typically the fitout. Once the interior of a commercial space is complete, it needs to be dressed and ready for use. The majority of commercial buildings are spacious and require a sustainable amount of furnishing to fill...

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Maximising Productivity on Your Construction Project

To ensure that you get the gets the desired results, productivity on your construction site must remain solid throughout the entire process. Here, we list some tips to help you maximise the productivity of your project. Clear Communication Like in every workplace,...

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Different Types of Tendering

A tender can be defined as an offer to do work or supply goods at a fixed price. The tender process is designed to ensure that the require work for a client or government body is given out to suppliers in a fair way. It gives more contractors a better chance at...

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Keeping Your Project Cost-Effective

They say that money makes the world go round, and this is no different for the world of construction. With a planned budget you can get the job done well, on time and within the margin you set. To help keep your project cost-effective, here are some tips to properly...

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The Current State of The Construction Industry

We all know things are not how they used to be, and with so many changes and new laws being implemented, we thought we would delve into the current state of the construction industry. There is not a single industry that hasn’t been impacted by the current crisis, but...

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What Clients Want From A Contractor

When it comes to contractors, it’s fair to say that clients have a certain level of expectation on the service that’s delivered. And if this is not met, the relationship between client and contractor can be damaged. But what is the level of expectation a client...

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3 Common Mistakes Contractors Should Avoid When Tendering

When you tender for a client, it’s more than just making a bid on their project. Contractors should see it as an opportunity to demonstrate how they are more suitable for a project than competitors and win the job over them. An accurate and well-written tender will...

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