We are open to receiving any questions you may have.
If you don’t have prior experience in home construction projects, the task can appear overwhelming. Be assured that you are not in the wrong if your questions seem unimportant or irrelevant. Everything from the cost of renting to door replacements will be thought of when planning the project. It could be that this can help illuminate something that is important to everyone in the procedure.
Learn about the Project Timings
If you’re creating your timeline, be certain to obtain it from your contractor. How long does it take to apply for an approval? How long will it take to get the materials? Do you have a fee for delays? What’s the best time to expect them on your property? When should they start working and how will you be able to anticipate noise in various stages (e.g. the time custom-insulated glass installations start, when drywall/painting starts)
The role of a project manager in construction is always changing over the course of an entire project. Staying diligent about the timeline is a key component to anyone working in construction management.
Consider the logistical implications of Heavy equipment coming and going from Your Property, if Necessary
Discuss logistics with your project director, especially if the construction location isn’t close to main roads. How will they access your property often? What are their rights to the property? Consider the access restrictions to your property, including the need to adhere to the environmental regulations. If they are required to build a driveway or road temporarily to transport their heavy equipment that will also need planning in conjunction with local utilities such as water and electricity providers.
Talk about how many will remain on site during construction work and the role they play
Examine how often they’ll visit the site and what their role is as a construction project supervisor. Check for clarity