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The average salary for general contractors is around $94,000, depending on the location of a project and the type of construction work being done, as recorded by LearningPath.org. Working as a general contractor in amuse... More »

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In order to determine a fair estimate for contractor pricing, determine the specific details of the project such as the project's expected completion, quality, materials and work; obtain at least two bids from a contract... More »

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To become a general contractor, the minimum required education is usually a high school diploma. It also requires some specialty training, on-the-job experience and passing the state licensing exam. More »

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Work completion forms, also known as certificates of final completion, allow a contractor or construction company to signify the official end of a project to the site owners or other supervisors. It allows the contractor... More »

Main contractors, sometimes known as general contractors or construction managers, have overall responsibility for planning, coordinating and supervising the work of specialists, laborers and other personnel on a large-s... More »

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As of 2014, construction engineers straight out of school with a Bachelors degree earn on average between $55,000 and $65,000 per year. As experience builds, that rises to upward of $90,000, an amount that can grow even ... More »

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The median hourly wage for construction workers is $14.02, which equates to $29,160 per year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Though many positions are entry-level jobs, workers can earn more as they gain mo... More »

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