The construction industry’s version of “appearances can be deceiving.”
A piece of land can appear beautiful and ready to go, but what’s below the surface determines whether you start digging or looking elsewhere to build.
In order to find out the condition of the land, you need to complete a site assessment. Regardless if it’s required for the permit process or not, site evaluations are valuable because they make you aware of situations that could lead to unexpected and costly complications in the future.
When designing a commercial construction space, the landscaping surrounding the project may just seem like the cherry on top. But in fact, it is an integral part of your building and should highlight the architecture, not be thrown in at the last moment.
Here are four things we always consider when designing the landscaping in our commercial construction projects:
Topics: commercial construction
Effective questions to help you find the best candidate before you hire them
Meeting with a contractor and deciding which one you’ll hire is a huge decision. Here’s a list of questions you should always ask when interviewing contractors for a project: