The course will be held on Wednesday 3rd July at Profile 22’s site in Telford and will be delivered by consultants who specialise in commercial and project management.
Fabricators will receive advice and guidance on when contracts become legally binding, what the small print can mean and what contractual loopholes exist. The seminar will also cover the essentials of project design, contract law, site management and estimating, and how fabricators can make contracts both commercially viable and profitable.
The free course forms part of a package of support for Profile 22 customers, as Andrew Reid, Commercial Sales Director, explains: “Strong opportunities exist for fabricators in the commercial sector – changes to funding streams have created budgets for more social housing refurbishment, while new-build projects are continuing to come on stream in the university sector in particular.
“While many of our customers are enjoying success in this market, the different practices and ways of working can present a challenge, especially to those fabricators who have been focused on the trade and retail market until now.
“The seminar will equip our fabricators with everything they need to know to comply with the law, protect their business and maximise profitability on commercial contracts.”
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