I CAN ANSWER MOST ANY QUESTION RELATED TO THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY.
I HAVE FORTY YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE CONSTRUCTION AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL, MEDICAL, MULTI-FAMILY, OFFICE,BUILDING RE-HAB AND OTHER TYPES OF PROJECTS.
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS (ENGINEERING), MORRAINE VALLEY JUNIOR COLLEGE (LAND PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT),CHICAGO TECHNICAL COLLEGE (ESTIMATING AND PRINT READING),ILLINOIS INSTITUDE OF TECHNOLOGY (CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT)AND TWENTY FIVE YEARS AS A DESIGN/BUILD COMMERCIAL GENERAL CONTRACTOR.
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