Tip: Get a reasonable preconstruction budget, scope of work and building time frame put together. When your list of requirements is defined you will be more in control of what you are trying to build or accomplish. Don’t leave these important details up to the contractors bidding on your job because each one (qualified or not), will interpret your plans differently. Ideally you should have a clear and defined scope of work prepared before you bid out your project so you get exactly what you want when you want it. Do this early and be knowledgeable of the specific goals you want to achieve.

Call or e-mail if you need any help.


Bill Kelly – W. L. Kelly & Associates, Inc.
Construction Management & Development Services.


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