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Commercial and Residential Construction Services


During the initial consultation, it’s our priority to grasp our client’s vision and project overview to accurately align expectations.


A pre-construction contract agreed upon in order to proceed with detailed design. This encompasses all the processes leading up to project initiation and reduces risk to owners by giving them a complete picture of the cost and timeline before construction begins.


Next, the project moves into the design phase, where we make architectural and interior design recommendations appropriate to specific project needs.

Detailed Estimate

Based on the initial design, we provide clients with a line-by-line preliminary estimate showing total project cost.

Decision Review

Once the client understands the project timeline and estimates, we enter the review phase where we assess and implement any desired revisions to the plan or budget before beginning work.

Project Initiation

With a signed construction contract and client deposit, we are able to begin execution of the project.


To keep our work on track and support client expectations, we provide a Gantt chart in the Client Portal detailing the project work, timeline and subcontractors, so you have a completion date and an easy way to be aware of the activity at your home or office across the project timeline. (Click to see sample).

Construction Phase

Our owner, Geoff, is involved in every aspect of the project. You can expect fluid communication, a clean workspace and tight timelines for completion.

Project Closeout

Our work isn’t done until the client is satisfied with their project, and we pride ourselves on styles of management and execution that ensure success before project completion.

Visit Our Client Portal

Our client portal includes all project communication so it’s simple to find.  This creates ease for our clients and collaborators. It also houses:

  • Access to project plans with the ability to add mark ups/changes and see team and client input
  • A schedule in calendar and Gantt chart form
  • Bids
  • Change orders
  • The estimated line-by-line budget