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Kinkyboy

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owls, thoughts on your new manager mr.pulis, i think its a step backwards/bad bad appointment, hoof the ball reputation at stoke, pulis/pardew/bruce/allerdyce, all just seem to go round and round, i do not know how they get there jobs, good luck with him,........a club and fan base like sheff wed deserve sooooooooooo much better
Sheff wed have appointed mr pulis hahaha..Good luck with that one..absoloute shite
 

owls

Private Member
owls, thoughts on your new manager mr.pulis, i think its a step backwards/bad bad appointment, hoof the ball reputation at stoke, pulis/pardew/bruce/allerdyce, all just seem to go round and round, i do not know how they get there jobs, good luck with him,........a club and fan base like sheff wed deserve sooooooooooo much better
Yep his style of football is awful, but he's never been relegated at any club he's been at. He might be the short, sharp, shock we need.
 

malc

TPF Special Forces
Nice to see educated businessmen on here... I am going to renegotiate the rates but can't see them going much higher for access to1500 houses and I agree with you all rates are tough... but organized squads can make decent money... And someone has to run the jobs... But you don't want them to get paid? anyone who is serious just PM me... leave the name calling on the beano site

i have never known anyone to take on an EWI contract labour only.
the London councils use a different EWI system for each phrase of their contracts . to make sure that there is no favourite and to stop fraud.
the contract is awarded to the manufacture of the system, who then may use there own labour or a big time contractor with a British kite mark and a workforce trained to use the system.
 

malc

TPF Special Forces
pulis/pardew/bruce/allerdyce, all just seem to go round and round, i do not know how they get there jobs, good luck with him,........a club and fan base like sheff wed deserve sooooooooooo much better

they are all good at the job interview.
 

RenderGuy

New Member
i have never known anyone to take on an EWI contract labour only.
the London councils use a different EWI system for each phrase of their contracts . to make sure that there is no favourite and to stop fraud.
the contract is awarded to the manufacture of the system, who then may use there own labour or a big time contractor with a British kite mark and a workforce trained to use the system.
The company is green deal accredited and they are supply and fix but they don't have the men anyway I'm trying to negotiate up if not I'm not interested either let me know if any squads near Nottingham interested but need to know as kicking off in 2 weeks
 

Ritch

Well-Known Member
The company is green deal accredited and they are supply and fix but they don't have the men anyway I'm trying to negotiate up if not I'm not interested either let me know if any squads near Nottingham interested but need to know as kicking off in 2 weeks
At least your listening to spreads and trying to get a better price from the response,
 

malc

TPF Special Forces
The company is green deal accredited and they are supply and fix but they don't have the men anyway I'm trying to negotiate up if not I'm not interested either let me know if any squads near Nottingham interested but need to know as kicking off in 2 weeks

have you had any experience of running a large EWI contract?
who ever would award a contract to a firm with no or very limited number of operatives.
i doubt if they will be kicking off very hard in a couple of weeks.
the profit is in the materials not in the labour.
 

zombie

Private Member
have you had any experience of running a large EWI contract?
who ever would award a contract to a firm with no or very limited number of operatives.
i doubt if they will be kicking off very hard in a couple of weeks.
the profit is in the materials not in the labour.

Not to mention the fact that when you sign up there is normaly late penalty clauses etc etc.

This thread just seems bizare in every way to me????
 

RenderGuy

New Member
Not to mention the fact that when you sign up there is normaly late penalty clauses etc etc.

This thread just seems bizare in every way to me????
Err yes I worked all over the world training for parex and dryvit and terraco I had over 70 men working for me and run and taught nvq 2 ewi courses
 

malc

TPF Special Forces
Not to mention the fact that when you sign up there is normaly late penalty clauses etc etc.

This thread just seems bizare in every way to me????

All councils want to start EWI contracts this time of year with completion by April. so that they can gain interest on the money.
the big London contracts will have a scaffold with a roof so that you can work when it rains.
temp. is the problem as the thermostat has to be placed away from the building on a wooden post. you can only work at 2deg and rising.
the foreman has to keep a record of lost days to argue out the penalty clauses.
 

zombie

Private Member
All councils want to start EWI contracts this time of year with completion by April. so that they can gain interest on the money.
the big London contracts will have a scaffold with a roof so that you can work when it rains.
temp. is the problem as the thermostat has to be placed away from the building on a wooden post. you can only work at 2deg and rising.
the foreman has to keep a record of lost days to argue out the penalty clauses.

We did alot of work under the last green deal scheme when it 1st kicked off
 

Kinkyboy

Well-Known Member
Why do you say that?....thats how i learnt to do thincoat never seen or heard of the systems before that. Worked for a bloke that had been doing them for years in europe that showed us.

Why would i be lying about that?....its hardly something to brag about?
Your so touchy zombie
 

RenderGuy

New Member
All councils want to start EWI contracts this time of year with completion by April. so that they can gain interest on the money.
the big London contracts will have a scaffold with a roof so that you can work when it rains.
temp. is the problem as the thermostat has to be placed away from the building on a wooden post. you can only work at 2deg and rising.
the foreman has to keep a record of lost days to argue out the penalty clauses.
4c and rising is normal for finish coats
 

RenderGuy

New Member
Lots of old timers not on here now! But if you young uns want step up to big time and are set up PAS standard and can provide labour and deal with the shite give me £0.50p on the jobs! Wow 50p pm contracts available ???
 
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