4 Stages of a Building Project

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As most experts within the design and build industry know, the worst thing you can do is jump into your home improvement project without thinking it through. While we can all be guilty of sitting around procrastinating, there are stages that must not be skipped if you are to be successful. A home or business premises can be transformed by a professionally carried out renovation or refurbishment, as long as some all important steps are observed.

Whatever the size of the project, it’s a good idea to find designers and construction specialists who will work together, this avoids a host of problems. Pre-construction is not a waste of time as some think, but a perquisite for a smooth operation and desired outcome. Also failure to put proper planning in place is more likely to cost time and money, and as the foundations of a building need to be rock solid, so does this aspect.

Here are a few tips to take on board, for the best possible results for your project:-

1. Find a Reputable Professional

Professional, reliable and experienced builders are of course what we mean, experts who are willing to work closely with their customers and listen carefully. There are companies that offer a vast range of services, covering every need within your build from A to Z. Reputable companies like Multi Building Services Ltd offer new builds, renovations, refurbishments, extensions, conversions, project management, local authority liaison and interior design.

2. Come Up With a Plan

Working together, all involved can propose and discuss ideas, and decide on aspects such as budget, extent of work, each separate job and desired outcome, design. style and time scale of the work. The concept will be drawn up by architects, and the project manager will complete spreadsheets concerning budget goals etc.

3. Permissions and Permits

Specific permits and planning permissions are required for each construction project, and this can take a little time, but some construction companies offer to liaise with local authorities on your behalf, which simplifies things and alleviates much of the stress.

4. Contract Signing

Once everything is agreed and organised and permits are issued contracts can be written up and signed and you are on your way to an exciting new home.

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