July Issue 2000

 


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| July 2000
Worrying about scheduling when preparing the estimate may seem superfluous. But a bid price based on a hypothetical rule of thumb can be dangerous.

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Staff
| July 2000
Have you checked your employees' toolboxes lately? If they supply their own tools, maybe you feel it's none of your business.

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Staff
| July 2000
Working with good tools, well made and well matched to tasks at hand, can make a 7-hour day, if not shorter, then at least more productive and easier on the body.

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Staff
| July 2000
Buying the best tool for making electrical connections is not a science but rather a conclusion based on personal preferences, benefits, and budget.

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| July 2000
Before the last week of October 1999 most people in Memphis, Tenn., were oblivious to the state-of-the-art baseball facility going up downtown. The new home of St.

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