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Your questions answered:

How long will it take to finish the project?


Each project should be evaluated individually.  Different city entities, type of facility, material availability and scope of work should all be considered when determining the completion date.


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Does the price include everything?  What other costs will we encounter?


The price will include all construction costs to complete the project per the construction drawings and specifications.  Items normally not included (but may be upon request) in the construction cost are furnishings, furniture, phone & data cables, security system, utility company deposits for final service, or unforeseen items within existing walls, ceilings or slabs.  No additional costs will be incurred without prior written approval by the Owner.


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What is the difference in pricing when comparing Contractors?


The most common reason for a wide spread in pricing is interpretation of the Scope of Work or a mistake by an estimator.  If the spread is larger than 3%, review the proposals carefully.  Know what you are getting by asking questions.  The old saying “You get what you pay for” can be very true.  Don’t hope for the best without investigating and asking questions.  Expect the Best for the best price, not necessarily the lowest price.


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Do you feel comfortable that you know what you are getting and paying for?


Even the best set of plans and specifications are just that – plans that must be carried out to a final product.  Communication between all parties, Architect, Owner and Contractor, is the key to knowing what you are getting.  When all parties know what you want and expect, it will be more likely to get what you want!


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What kind of warranty do you provide?


Full 1 year warranty on all new materials and equipment.  We believe in Service before, during and after the project is complete.  We are not happy until the client is happy with the project.  Referrals and repeat business come from happy clients!


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What are your quality control procedures?


We have a variety of check lists throughout the whole process from estimating to punch list completion.  Regularly scheduled project progress meetings with all parties involved are very important to resolving issues to obtain a quality project in a timely manner.


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What types of project have you completed?


Commercial projects including Office, Warehouse, Medical, Dental, Institutional, Restaurant, Hospital, Banking, Gyms, and Parks & Trails.


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Was there or How was the communication with the Contractor during the bid stage?  Did the Contractor ask any questions or clarifications on the plans before turning in the proposal?


Questions are the first clue to a Contractor's attention to detail and are a good indication of what can be expected during the project. Interview the Contractors prior to awarding the project.  Communication between all parties is the key to a successful project.


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