commercial

Commercial

Commercial Project: With Plans

If our client has plans in hand we meet with them and discuss the various aspects as well as specified product that they wish to use.  Then we provide these plans to our subcontractors and set up a meeting for them at the business to see the existing conditions.  We gather these bids, along with product samples, and provide a proposed budget.

We also inform our customer of the project steps and necessary processes that will be taking place in the planning and implementation of the construction.  Then a contract is signed and work begins.

Once our work begins, we remain on the job until completion, bringing in subcontractors and our workers to complete a turnkey project.  Payments are on a draw basis that is established in our contract and agreed to by both parties.

Commercial Project: No Plans

If there are no specific plans, we first meet with our prospective client at the project site to establish the goals of the project:  an addition, renovation of the existing space, or rethinking the area to better serve the business. Often we make a study of the existing use of the space and how to better utilize the space to serve our client.

For this Design-Build Project, we measure the existing business and take photos to study the area.  We look to see how it is being used at the present time and checking to see if this use could be improved.  We also inform our customer of the project steps and necessary processes that will be taking place in the planning and implementation of the construction.

After visiting and establishing the goal, we take these ideas back to our office and begin a design phase working to create various plans. Then we set another appointment and share these various plans with our client and get their ideas. 

Once a plan is agreed upon, we bring our subcontractors to the job site and begin establishing an estimated budget.  When our customers feel a successful plan has been established, we are ready to move forward.  We take our plans and turn them into construction documents with the necessary engineering done. 

We now have plans and specifications and are able to start this project. 

Once our work begins, we remain on the job until completion, bringing in subcontractors and our workers to complete a turnkey project.  Payments are on a draw basis that is established in our contract and agreed to by both parties. Final payment is not paid until we have done a walk through with our client and their approval is received.