For the most part, the General Contractor takes over control of the project at this point – including the development of a construction schedule, bidding, staging, construction and inspections. The Project Architect, along with all of our design consultants, will be available to assist with questions as they arise on the job.
We approach every project with teamwork in mind, and ultimately, we work for you. We will represent your best interests throughout the entire construction process.
We understand that it can be a long, arduous process, but with the right design team working with you, you can make it as quick and painless as possible and get on with running your business!
This series of blog posts has been meant to provide you with a very basic preview of what to expect when developing your own project. There are some things that we didn’t touch on, however. Here are just a few additional things that may be required:
- Platting or Replatting
- Floodplain Mitigation
- Special Use Reviews
- Cross Access Easements
- Temporary Construction Easements
Throughout this series, we’ve outlined potential timelines based on a typical project. You can consult with our Project Facilitator for a customized schedule based on your project!
Undertaking a large project like this is a commitment – both financially, and of your own time and effort. That’s why we think you should have as much knowledge as possible going in. After reading this series of articles, you should know how to articulate your goals and understand what can be expected during each phase of the project.