GEORGETOWN, Idaho (PRWEB) January 29, 2013
This conflict just went to show how contracts are indeed very crucial aspects in any construction project. In line with this, author Martin S. Simmons presents his one-of-a-kind book titled Contractors Exposed, a useful work that teaches readers the important principles they need to know before engaging in any business agreement with contractors.
Every year, there are about a hundred billion dollars of construction projects around the world and each year with about 60 percent of the work completed, clients are not happy about the outcome. This is why knowing the ins and outs of contracts, whether they are for business, engineering or any other field, is of utmost importance. Contractors Exposed opens the doors for knowledge, security and protection for anyone who engages in any transaction, making it a versatile book for any type of negotiation and business arrangement.
The information taught in this book cannot be easily found anywhere else, nor can it be found in any school. Whether for a residential or small commercial construction, the insights and knowledge in this useful must-read is a breakthrough in today’s modern world. Based on Simmons’ experience, this book ensures that readers can get the highest quality of construction job they can ever find.
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About the Author
Martin Simmons has been in construction field for over 30 years. He received his first contractor’s license in California for the specialty trade of masonry and continued his education and skills to make him eligible to become a general contractor in 1988. He was named by Congressman Tom DeLay to serve on Pennsylvania Business Council in April of 2001. Currently, he works for WesTech Engineering Incorporated. He lives in Idaho and dedicates his life to his family, work and determination to seek more knowledge.
Contractors Exposed * by Martin S. Simmons
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Publication Date: October 31, 2012
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