Anyone who has ever bid a large job knows the insanity that occurs right before the bid is due: The phone is ringing, quotes are coming over the fax, you're second-guessing your labor rates, and the client needs the price now. To some extent, such last-minute chaos may be unavoidable. But by developing a systematic approach to bidding, you can prevent the kinds of mistakes that could cause you to lose money or stop you from getting the job.
What Is Large?
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