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Hi guys, i hope you all good !!
i have a quick question , i have to price a testing job to an 8 level office up town and im good at pricing labour for 8 weekends , however a few years ago (maybe 5) i think i was told a rule of thumb was each circuit was to allow £18 and each sub-main was around...
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I am currently looking to speak with contractors in the Cambridge/Surrounding Area's for a commercial project. We have a number of requirements on sites and have immediate starts available also.
Specifically I am looking for -
10 x Electrician's - £19phr - 4/5 Month contracts
We are recruiting for a spark to take care of residential PV installations, maintenance, battery storage installations and EV chargers.
Company is based in London and Oxford, majority of work around these areas.
Get in touch if interested.
Other half has potentially got a chance for a job across the pond in Canada. Not set in stone, but the missus has had a couple of interviews and things seem to be moving forward. So, I thought I need to make a few inquiries, just in case!
My only reservations are my own working...
One for any lads in the Glasgow area. I have an opportunity to quote for a rewire, occupied property in the G73 area. Sandstone semi detached, 70% of existing wiring is still in lead :anguished:
If you are interested in quoting pm me and I'll pass on your details to the customer. I'm not playing...
Been a while and then some since being on here so hoping everyone is well. Not sure if this is the correct location to post but here goes.
Ok, a massive opportunity has come my way to provide some temp cover teaching to various groups of learners in a FE environment. I am wondering if...
Major brand lighting manufacturer has an opening for a young mechanical engineer wishing to develop skills sourcing down to earth bargain basement products for our Screws department.
We sell millions of light fittings. Where would electricians be without the handy little plastic...
Forum spawns electrical contractors register and self cert scheme membership.
42,000 members (and assuming most are sparks).
Knowledeable and well respected senior members. Some retired and able/willing to provide a technical helpline.
Low membership fees. Maybe operate as a cooperative...
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