I always thought the best time on a construction project was at the end, when you were loading your equipment onto trucks and sending it to another project, the company yard, or back to the supplier. Wow, another construction project completed without any mishaps! Job satisfaction! You could breathe a sigh of relief. Relax at last.
Recently I wondered what gave me job satisfaction and what I was most thankful for at the end of my construction projects. Here are some thoughts:
What gave you the most satisfaction at the end of your projects? Was there one project in particular that you remember? Why?
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