Lanee' Blunt reports:
"A proposal for building a factory is used when you are being considered along with other potential contractors. When you write your proposal, carefully plan and prepare an outline. Address every term and requirement in the RFP when writing the outline. The proposal should address the RFP line for line. Identify the resources that you will need to provide the technical descriptions and compliance matrices. Set deadlines for each section so that when the proposal deadline approaches, you will have the proposal on time. You must have a clear understanding of your objectives when preparing the proposal...Write section 1. Start with the description in which you will provide the reader with a snapshot of what you plan to build. Address in this section how people will benefit from the factory and where it will be located. Write your mission statement. Tell them in your mission statement that you are committed and what you plan for the community...Write section 2. This stresses the benefits of building the factory. What is the direct benefit to the city? Inform the reader of how many jobs the factory might bring to the city. Inform the reader of the sales tax benefits. Give an explanation of the benefits of hiring your company...Write the development part in section 3 of the proposal. State what the building's features will be by giving the square footage and the maximum height of the building. Write about the features of the office space, restrooms and the restaurant giving a detailed description of each item...Write the fourth section. Write the time of completion. Set deadline dates and include dates by which you propose to complete the job. Write the cost information section and provide the proposed price...Write the fifth section. Provide a list of qualifications, a list of resumes and the responsibilities of the key personnel named in the proposal. Include information on engineers, architects and your project team and provide references. What experience do the founders of the company have? List the company goals and objectives...Writing without an outline leads to confusion and you might end up with a proposal that does not meet the RFP standards."
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