Residential construction requires exhaustive planning and in-depth industry expertise from experienced professionals who can design and build a new home according to your needs.
Reliable Colorado Design-Build Services
Choose a design-build residential contractor that manages all aspects of your project work, including budgets, schedules, subcontractor hiring and supervision, permitting, supplies, code compliance, and scheduling of inspections. Make sure your general contractor is International Code Council (ICC) certified so knowledgeable, industry-recognized professionals lead your residential project.
Comprehensive Project Management
Design-build general contractors oversee the work of an in-house team, trusted partners who handle architectural design, and skilled subcontractors, including plumbers, electricians, mechanical teams, foundation contractors, carpenters, and inspection teams. Your general contractor should be able to explain any step of the work you need to know about and communicate your ideas to the appropriate team member.
Input and Feedback
Tell us what inspires you, and we’ll work with our architectural design partners to produce the project design you desire. It’s your home – your insight and your feedback matter!
Schedules and Budgets
As part of the pre-construction process, your general contractor should develop a project plan that specifies the anticipated floor plans, materials, specifications, and methods of installation. They should also provide a schedule of tasks to be performed and a firm contract price inclusive of a contingency budget. Building a contingency budget into every project enables your contractor to adapt to shifting client priorities and unexpected issues that arise during construction.
Proactive Risk Management
Choosing a professional contractor that provides design-build services should help you avert problems, save time and hassle, and help to ensure your project is completed in line with your vision and to your complete satisfaction.
Your contractor should carry general liability and workers comp insurance to cover on-the-job risks. If anyone is injured or your home sustains damages while the project is underway, their insurance policies should cover both damages and repairs. They should also provide a warranty on your completed project.