During the construction process, a general contractor like those over at Kings Construction is the primary point of contact for the project. They’re responsible for the day-to-day management of the construction site, communicating all information to all parties, and managing the trades and vendors. We also coordinate with architects, engineers, and suppliers. Here are some things that a general contractor should know before starting a new project.
At Kings Construction we are responsible for scheduling the project, ensuring that it is completed on time and within budget. If you hire an inexperienced contractor, you won’t have much negotiating power. The cost of a project is usually determined by how many subcontractors are involved, and an inexperienced contractor will likely underestimate this. In addition, a general contractor won’t have the proper insurance to cover accidents that may occur on the job. It’s also vital to check the licenses of the various professionals before you choose one.