(Continued from page 1) 5. Go directly to the source. It’s not for the faint of heart nor the inexperienced, but Blauberg is a firm proponent of taking those plans straight to the tradespeople who will build the restaurant. He interviews several plumbers, electricians and HVAC specialists and asks for quotes based on the drawings. Then he circles back and finds a general contractor, who brings in carpenters, deals with permit issues and supervises the project. He says going ...

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