Commercial Consulting For Your General Contractor
Construction Consulting: Get all the benefits of our extensive experience whether we’re your general contractor or not.
Projects that will have a lot of moving parts are difficult to plan out.
We can assess the property your project involves for potential challenges that may arise so you can take precautions. Making a few extra steps in the beginning can prevent a lot of frustration later.
Here are a few examples:
Additionally, we can help you:
- Foresee structural concerns and prioritize sections of the project
- Plan what will be needed to get it done
- Ensure crucial information isn’t left off of bid requests to contractors
That last bit is surprisingly significant. Many a project gone awry in our experience stemmed from an incomplete bid request, slowing things down necessarily or causing complications later for things that weren’t accounted for.
We Can Oversee Commercial Projects As Well
If your project is large enough in scope that you’d like to go beyond planning, we can also help oversee the project to its completion. This involves coordinating with the general contractor (or acting as one), running the crews, and managing the project budget.
Let us offer our expertise before you begin your next project.
Contact us directly by calling today, or fill out our web form. We look forward to exploring how we can help you build something great.
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Winston-Salem, NC 27106
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Choosing the Right Project Bids
When you’re taking bids on an upcoming project you may notice pricing and features vary pretty considerably. It’s not always clear what to be looking for to distinguish good bids from less appealing ones.
Lean on our construction and renovation project experience to pick apart what makes sense and avoid situations where contractors are cutting corners to present lower-priced bids.
Get A Project Awry Back On Track
Sometimes a seemingly smooth project goes awry or hits some snags. If your current construction contractor isn’t sure how to best proceed, or seems like finished well past a hard deadline is inevitable, you might be looking for a second opinion.
We’ve been able to use creative solutions to get projects just like these back on track before, restoring profitability and staying within deadlines. Let us show you how that works.
Get An Accurate Picture of Project Parameters
Even if you have construction contractors you’ve used before that you may use again on an upcoming project, it helps to have a clear plan of all the moving parts that will be involved to make it happen.
Especially if the project involves using several different contractors that will have to work together yet not be in each other’s way.
We like to begin all our jobs with the client (whether that’s a homeowner or a commercial entity) and all the needed contractors at the same time. This way we can discuss steps, process, and the order each person will need to do their part to avoid holdups. If someone will need to order materials at some phase of the project we can coordinate another contractor to stay productive during the same so there’s no standing around burning valuable working days between now and the project deadline.