Allen Face’s Rules for subcontractors…

I am reading the March issue of Concrete Construction from Hanley Wood. There’s a good article by Allen Face on rules to live by when on a  job…

Now he was discussing concrete flatwork so his language is specific to that trade, but with a couple small changes, it can be applied to any trade.

I took one of his rules and as it to fits waterproofing or any trade without changing a thing, I quote from Allen Face “Rule 6d: Never accept any demand that requires you to abandon your better judgment, unless it is in writing and unless it relieves you of all liability for any adverse consequences.”

See the rest of Allen’s rules and fit them to apply to your trade, you’ll be better off for it. CLICK HERE TO READ

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