Jones, Ron
August 2012
Green Builder Magazine;Aug2012, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p64
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of craftsmanship and the need for builders to have pride and integrity in their work. Tracy Kidder in his book "HOUSE" says that spare-time carpenters are sometimes faulted for hastening to complete a given task, having failed to think ahead with clarity and to play close attention to the results. Some of those who recognize the error early on respond to the problem immediately, while others proceed, only to fall short in the end.


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