Researched through observation and interviews with contractors and tradesmen over a 22 year period, this text is a primer on making money in offsite construction for the homebuilding contractor. It focuses on areas not part of the traditional "site" but nonetheless important to the builder's overall success such as: underground utilities; masonry; street grading; driveways; walls; fences; gates and landscaping. The book discusses the impact that scheduling supervision, policies, procedures and the building plans have upon offsite construction quality and profits.
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How homebuilders can avoid costly mistakes and make big money in offsite construction With the help of this guide, you can avoid costly offsite construction problems and mistakes--and boost your profits! The book examines over 400 residential construction errors that occurred on real construction projects--and show you how to keep them from happening on your jobs. You'll find complete advice on dealing with rough grading. . .soils. . .trenching. . .underground utilities. . .streets. . .masonry block walls. . .concrete walkways and driveways. . .walls, fences, and gates. . .landscape design and planting. . .and much more. Filled with hundreds of detailed illustrations, Offsite Construction includes: Over 175 quality assurance and cost-saving tips; Real solutions to actual mistakes made in the field; Valuable guidance on scheduling, supervision, policies, procedures, and building plans; Proven methods for both small- and large-scale developers and builders. Whether you're a builder, architect, engineer, or contractor, this great productivity tool will enable you to master the cost-saving techniques, effective quality control, and first-rate customer service that are so vital to success in the homebuilding market.
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