I am doing a walk-thru Tuesday on a 90,000 sq.ft. 68 unit senior facility. My question is this....
Would it be wise to walk thru every single unit or would it be ok to just walk thru a few? Should I take someone with me to do a count on things like windows, bathrooms, ect... and both of us start at the opposite end? How would you handle this one?
Post by salamander on Sept 30, 2006 20:20:02 GMT -5
If all the units are all the same size and number of bedrooms and bathrooms i would look at a few throughout the building (20-30). If ever single unit is different then i would look at all 68. Linda what have you found to be the best way to get construction jobs? I have a hard time just walking on a job site unless I've been asked to give a bid.
The construction job I just did was with the help of my brother in law. He did the septic work or the block work. I am not sure. He referred me to the Super Intendent. This walk thru coming up I am not sure how they found me. I am waiting for a reply on that one. While I was handing out flyers I spoke to a couple construction crews also. Those didnt pan out though. The owner already had a cleaning crew, one was his wife I should know soon how this one found me. Will let you know
Post by thedirtdoctors on Nov 8, 2006 23:37:35 GMT -5
Get a blue print most of the site supers are happy to give you one or get you one then look at each room on it and count the windows I usely charge $.10 a sq. and $4-5 per window on a building this size. But if I can get them to sign a yr contact I give them a discount on all thier clean-up easy money low overhead 3-4 day job. Dishsoap and water is all you need.