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How Do You Price That Construction Project?

Contractors always face the predicament of correctly pricing a job. Too high and lose the work; too low and make no money. A good price is one that works for both the contractor and the customer.

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Not pricing a job correctly could easily transform a profitable project into a money-losing proposition. One would, therefore, do well to consider including some sort of price adjustment formula in each agreement.

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