Commercial Construction and Renovation: Design-Build Process
When you work with the McClurg Team, you'll always know what to expect.
To ensure your complete satisfaction, we follow a proven 3-step process for all commercial construction and renovation projects:
Step 1: Consultation and Estimate
Step 2: Project Design
Step 3: Project Construction
Step 1 - Consultation and Estimate
The Project Consultant - your contact through job completion - meets with you to discuss your needs and schedule, and present the McClurg Team qualifications. We'll answer your questions and strive to thoroughly understand your requirements.
After collecting information during the initial appointment, the Project Consultant meets with one of our estimators to develop a preliminary budget range for your project. The Project Consultant then meets with you to discuss the preliminary budget and ensure we are meeting your expectations before proceeding to a written estimate.
We'll request your verbal commitment to select McClurg Remodeling & Construction Services as your Contractor.
Step 2 - Project Design
Execute Memorandum of Understanding
Next, a written, general description of your project is drawn up for your review and approval, at which time we'll request a retainer and schedule your project.
Complete the Design and Estimate
Then, we finalize your design and you make product selections with the guidance of your Project Consultant and design team, while our subcontractors and suppliers submit quotes for your project.
The Project Contract
The Project Consultant presents to you a detailed contract, along with any pertinent drawings or attachments. Once you approve the contract, a McClurg Production Team is assigned to your project.
Step 3 - Project Construction
You meet the Lead Carpenter or Project Manager who will be in charge of construction, and the Project Contract will be read through line-by-line. You will also receive a written schedule.
During construction, your Lead Carpenter or Project Manager will be your main source of information. The Project Consultant will visit to review progress, answer design questions and prepare change orders if anything is added or taken out of the contract.
The Lead Carpenter or Project Manager and Project Consultant walk you through the finished project and ensure your complete satisfaction.