5 Ways Drones Are Changing The Construction Industry
It’s also a potential sinkhole for financial assets. Estimates have to be accurate in the beginning and reliable through the project life. Workmanship has to be of sufficient quality, with contractors often working against a low bid and usually against the clock. The various stages of finished product all have to be approved by inspectors, and the final result has to be acceptable to the owner. Investors throughout all this must live on progress reports.
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