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In most instances the negotiated general contract is the better option for most clients. Staalsen completes most projects as a negotiated general contract.
Here is how it works:
Staalsen agrees to a fee up front, and competitively bids all the subcontracts obtaining 3 to 5 bids in each work or trade category. Staalsen then provides the client and architect with an “Open Spread Sheet” of received bids.
Mike Bartlett (author of this season’s Broadway hit, King Charles III) won London’s 2010 Olivier award for Outstanding Achievement for this hypnotic and uproariously funny play, that is much more than its provocative title. John, the protagonist, has been in a stable relationship with his boyfriend for many years but falls in love with a woman! A dinner party with the two lovers is arranged and, as both parties are prepared to fight to keep him, a battle royal ensues. A comic and highly theatrical discussion of identity and sexuality, the play is performed without props or scenery, placing the focus solely on the actors and the drama of the situation.
We just posted a new free profile in the support forum. This one is called 6-Pack. It’s loose-aggressive, designed for 6-max cash games. Here’s what Egor says about it:
“This one generally plays the way I do personally. Plenty of loose open-raising, and lots of random raising of one opponent on the flop — including some check-raising from first-position when we were the pre-flop aggressor. Some random pushing on the flop with good hands, or certain draws, after an opponent bets or raises. Also attempts to steal pots on the Turn when a pair flopped (mimicking slow-played trips). Makes a fair amount of random river-steal attempts when there was no betting on the Turn and we have no showdown value.”
NEW YORK — One of the most buzzed about new toys of the year has finally… hatched.
Interactive creatures called Hatchimals are predicted to become one of the most wanted toys of the year, according to industry experts.
Until now, parent company Spin Master has guarded the toy inside a large plastic egg. The promise was that — when the time was right — a little creature inside would break out on its own.
To get these eggs to hatch, kids must interact with its shell, which features touch technology. When you tap on it, the Hatchimal taps back. When you stroke the top or bottom, it lights up and makes sounds.
Lighting, heating, moving, producing: energy is essential for our day-to-day life. Turning on our computers or starting our cars are actions that we take for granted, yet they represent the final stage of a complex process, from extraction to final consumption. For example crude oil is transformed into motor gasoline, while fossil, nuclear and […]