A Great Idea Is Always A Great Idea, Sometimes It Is Timing, Sometimes, It Is The Audience
This is a follow-up to my last podcast, Can’t Do It.
Reason to review the lowest bid but select the Best & Brightest restoration contractor on your next project.
This is a follow-up to my last podcast. If you say it can’t be done, it is true you can’t do it. But it doesn’t mean I cannot do it. How does this affect you, your current or next restoration project, and your bottomline?
From a previous podcast on SIP vs ROAR, Stabilize In Place rather than Rip Out And Replace, and the fact that less than five in a hundred structural engineers are true restoration engineers that can work within the fabric of the structure.
Combining tradition with technology for the most current solutions to the restoration requirements of the built environment for owners, contractors and specifiers provided by a growing list of the world’s best restoration specialists.
As new and innovative techniques are developed it is hoped that they can be vetted by both their potential clients as well as their peers.
Logic dictates that Stabilization in Place is fundamentally more sound than Rip Out and Replace for restoration projects as well as needing less time and at reduced cost. It also provides less insult to the structure providing a more sustainable solution.