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January 2000
The first distinction an estimator must accept is that a labor unit is not absolute; it is a benchmark, or starting point. READ MORE
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January 2000
CODE CITATIONS: Article 225-Outside Branch Circuits and Feeders; Article 230-Services; Article 250-Grounding; Article 400-Flexible Cords and Cables; Article 410-Lighting Fixtu READ MORE
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January 2000
In the history of electricity, no single defining moment exists. READ MORE
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January 2000
Finding a safe place to park your car while you work, shop, or run simple errands is a frustrating problem most of us have encountered, one some of us battle daily. READ MORE
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January 2000
In a previous column, I discussed the transfer of symbol counts to the material listing sheets. READ MORE

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January 2000