NATIONAL GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Pre-construction is the initial phase of a construction project where the planning, design, and coordination take place before the actual construction begins. It involves various activities such as project feasibility analysis, budgeting, obtaining necessary permits and approvals, selecting contractors and vendors, and creating a construction schedule to ensure the project is completed on time and within budget.
Now that the project is setup, we begin construction. As a national contractor we employ traveling superintendents, they ensure that the work is completed efficiently and safely where ever we are in the country. The superintendents coordinate with the construction team in one of our offices to manage the project, oversee quality control, and ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget.
Post-construction, also known as the closeout phase, is the final stage of a construction project where the completed building or structure is transitioned to the owner or client for occupancy and use. During this phase, any outstanding issues or defects are addressed, final inspections are conducted, and all required documentation, such as permits, warranties, and operation manuals, are provided to the owner.