PEN:How To Unearth the Best Builders for Successful Projects

PEN:How To Unearth the Best Builders for Successful Projects
1 CPD Non Technical

How To Unearth the Best Builders for Successful Projects 

24/11/2021 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ADST

 

Event overview

Happy clients and successful projects are rarely a fluke. Professionalism, planning, detail and discipline all play a huge part. This one-hour session reveals a builders recruitment roadmap that will enable you to:

  • Professionally match builders to clients to deliver great outcomes - and happy clients who sing your praises.
  • Drive successful projects to completion by engaging great builders using a professional working method
  • Save time with a roadmap to find the best builders who can deliver on time, on budget and with minimum fuss.
  • Grow your professional reputation as you build the number of successful projects in your portfolio 
  • The roadmap includes loads of best practice templates to save your time.



About the Presenter

 

Richard Armstrong

 
Richard Armstrong, recently undertook research, interviewing more than 200 architects and designers about how they work. An expert in residential construction & pricing, Richard conducted research focussed on the best-practices of ‘mature’ firms.

With more than 15 years’ design and construct experience, Richard is a former registered builder who possesses post-graduate property qualifications. He is the founder of ProCalc – Professional Construction Estimator.  www.procalc.com.au.

 

CPD Points: 1 Non Technical CPD point. This will be recorded in Design Matters National Members' CPD Manager within 5 business days following the event.

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