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by fostertom 2016

​One aim of this website and blogs is to promote more networking amongst valued contacts and collaborators on the maturing EcoBuilding scene.

So Builders, Tradesmen, volunteer enthusiasts, Project Managers, QSs, Estimators -

liking what you see and read here, I'd like you on My List - please get in touch.

Or suggest someone.

start here - Talk to Tom now

   here in SouthWest UK - and beyond

      including Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Somerset, Bristol, Bath,

      Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Cardiff and South Wales

GETTING it BUILT

1 Nov 2016

Practical Procurement

 

At least one key person in the crew has to have a special mentality and to find that person, that crew, is the challenge.

And it’s an endless search!

Builders/tradesmen have limited radius of operation, before they have to add high daily travel (or remote accommodation) costs, built into their quotations

(although many specialist functions e.g. concrete pumping, architect, are used to travelling further).

Therefore almost every project requires a fresh search for the right site crew, the right key person.

 

This is true, whether the site crew is hired

on an open-ended, hours-spent, cost-plus basis;

as an assemblage of fixed-price quotations by different builders and/or tradesmen; or

after a negotiated or competitive all-in fixed-price tender process.

 

And it’s true whether it’s for

tradesmen to assist a self-builder;

a Project Manager to find and manage tradesmen;

a small local builder as main contractor; or

a larger, perhaps regional main contractor.

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