Some contractors price any and every construction project without really putting thought into the project, the client, or whether they are able to submit a competitive price. I feel sorry for their estimators who work long hours, often working on several proposals at one time, and all too frequently with little success. Simply pushing out one construction proposal after the other!
However there are huge risks with this approach, and aside from the wasted effort, there’s real danger the company is awarded a project that could ultimately destroy them.
Before pricing your next construction project ask these questions (and live to price the next one!)
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