Business Letters for the Construction Industry
- Revised Edition
A Guide to
By: Andrew Atkinson
No more struggling to find the right words
This book presents a practical and invaluable arsenal of
professionally-written model letters tailored specifically to the
construction industry. Use this book to make your business stand out
from the crowd and get your message across more effectively than
Here you find
over 100 professionally
written model letters for virtually every difficult situation.
Nothing puts your business in the best possible light better than a
well-written letter -- especially when you can use that letter to
help a bad situation become better. You'll use these letters over
and over again to resolve disputes, win new clients, clarify
proposals, coordinate with architects, subcontractors and owners,
and insurers, schedule meetings and inspections, respond to
complaints and situations that may be difficult to deal with.
Here you find letters responding to threats of
legal action, letters of commendation to workers, letters of apology
for defective or delayed work, letters for justification of change
orders and price increases, letters explaining your insurance
liability, letters explaining drug testing, injury at work,
overtime, equipment use, job performance, and more.
comprehensive collection of model letters for virtually every
business need. Includes online access to download templates.
The organized format lets you pinpoint exactly
what you need through realistic scenarios that explain when to use
each letter. A company letterhead field makes it easy to customize
the look of your letters, and a simple generic model gives you a
clear, professional letter every time.
Chapter 1 - Letters to Clients, 13
Chapter 2 - Letters to Field Professionals, 151
Chapter 3 - Industry Support Letters, 275
Chapter 4 - Letters to Personnel, 301
Appendix - Industry Organizations, 361
8-1/2 x 11 in.
Business / Legal / Office
Electrical Exam Prep
NEC and Related
NEC and Related