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Old 04-05-2005, 11:51 AM   #16
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Your posts tell me that what YOU REALLY NEED is to hire a construction manageer to help you through this process.
Exactly, what I was thinking.

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Old 04-05-2005, 04:30 PM   #17
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Thanks to all your answers. To hire a contruction manager is going to create more headache for me, besides his services will increase my expenses.

Too many chief, nothing will get done.
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Good Luck. Please stop in from time to time (ground breaking, foundation, framing, etc.) and let us know how things are proceeding.
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Ask around and see if you can locate a retired GC that will work with you. A friend of mine did this and saved a bundle, the former GC was 82 and was happy just to get out of the house and feel needed again.
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Ask around and see if you can locate a retired GC that will work with you. A friend of mine did this and saved a bundle, the former GC was 82 and was happy just to get out of the house and feel needed again.
That is a good idea. I will try to see I can locate one.

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