Choosing a General Contractor for Tenant Improvements

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Tenant improvements provide an opportunity to enhance your facility, increase its value and make better use of space. Whether you’re in need of an addition, build-out, renovation or other type of tenant improvement, a qualified general contractor should be the first call you make.

Selecting a State certified general contractor can be a project in itself; however, what you should be looking for is simple. You need a general contractor that offers one point of contact, the ability to complete projects on time, a competitive bid, and the references that prove they can satisfy their customers with a quality project that was finished on time and on budget.

Professional Attitude
A reputable company will rise to the surface in your search for a general contractor. A company with professional attitude and pride in doing a job the right way will shine through in their previous tenant improvement projects. This is why references are important when working with a general contractor. Selecting a company with years of proven experience providing exceptional commercial contracting services throughout the state is ideal. They should be able to provide a host of other satisfied customers that you can contact to learn more about their worth ethic and quality of workmanship.

Unique Solutions
Working with your architect or working directly upon your direction, your general contractor should be able to offer his own insight into the project. Often another set of eyes on a tenant improvement project only improves the outcome when that advice comes from years of experience renovating, performing build-outs and additions. Seasoned general contractors have pretty much seen it all – why not take a few moments to listen to their ideas too?

On Target Estimates
Nothing sets a tenant improvement project back like an unplanned expense. Be sure your general contractor has extensive knowledge of each subcontractor field so that he can provide the most accurate estimates. Being excessively over budget or missing important deadlines is not something with which you want to contend.

The Proven Leader
Implementing tenant improvements, a general contracting company offers a wide range of services from renovations, repairs, build-outs and new construction.
Additionally, be sure that their project management skills are superior. With an experienced work force of carpenters and laborers, they should be able meet any schedule requirement, contract challenge, and everything will be as promised, down to the last detail.

Your contractor should guarantee that their projects will be completed on time, for a competitive price and that their customers will be satisfied with a high-quality, finished construction project.