Project Management, General Contractor Services
Are you wondering whether you need a project manager or general contractor, and what’s the difference?
A project manager “manages” the project but doesn’t assume all responsibility for it. You would do that, as the general contractor. As your project manager, we will help you to find subcontractors, manage the schedules, make sure the work is performed in a timely manner and in accordance with your blueprints and specifications, order materials, monitor the construction process to anticipate difficulties, resolve issues early, and keep the work flowing.
A general contractor does assume responsibility for the entire project. As your general contractor, we will handle all of the project management duties mentioned above, as well as every other aspect of your project. Our quality control procedures will ensure that all work is completed to your specifications, on time, and within your budget. As the owner/client, all you’ll need to do is provide the funding for the project. Let us handle the day-to-day operations on your behalf.
Richard Hope Construction excels in both roles. We have developed long-term relationships with the best and most reliable subcontractors in our area. We know what’s required during every phase of your project, and we won’t let you down.
Your project is our reputation!
When you’re ready to move forward with your project, contact us to see how we can help.