When it comes to building a new house, many people don’t realize just how important it is to develop their preconstruction plan. This is especially important with a custom-build home, because there will be aspects that differ from other houses which greatly affects construction plans.
The more time that the Professional Builder spends on the preconstruction planning process, the better the actual build will be. This process involves much more than just creating the home’s blueprint. It involves people, supplies, getting the timing right, etc. A decision made today will determine whether the personnel and materials are on the job three months from now.
Communication is key, especially when you are working with the homeowners, architect, interior designer, project manager, and contractor. The more people involved, the easier it is for a message to get lost along the way. The entire process is similar to the passing of the baton in a relay race.
The builder can ensure the best possible outcome for the homeowners by taking the time up front to think through and record decisions, establish workflow and detailed schedules, account for permitting, and plan for communication and contingencies.
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