General Contracting

General Contracting

What is a General Contractor?

Basically, a general contractor is the licensed professional who manages the details of homebuilding and home improvement projects. The general contractor ensures that the job is completed correctly and on schedule.

A general contractor oversees the entire construction process, coordinating all aspects of the project and facilitating the daily tasks. The homebuilder or architect who designs your home employs the general contractor shortly before the actual building begins.

What Are the General Contractor’s Responsibilities?

The builder, architect and general contractor work together to develop and review plans, documents and permits, making sure that everything is in order before the work begins. The ONE Group maintains a strong relationship with our clients throughout the entire process, even managing the overall construction process, but the general contractor guides the construction details smoothly from start to finish. And when it comes to fine homebuilding, a good outcome rests on the details.

The general contractor obtains all the material, labor and equipment required for construction. The contractor hires specialized subcontractors to complete all or various portions of the work, such as electrical, plumbing and carpentry, and should be on-site often to check on the progress and resolve any issues that may arise. In addition, the general contractor arranges for the necessary inspections.

Why Work with The ONE Group?

The ONE Group has established excellent long-term relationships with suppliers and subcontractors. By repeatedly working with the same vendors and tradespeople over the years, we get the highest quality products and services at good prices, and we pass these benefits on to our clients.

When you work with us, you’re working with a team of architect, builder, subcontractors and interior designers who have worked together on multiple projects — a team that knows how to communicate with one another and what to expect from one another. Our subcontractors know us well and respect us, and they understand that we expect high-quality work — and they deliver it. The bottom line: You get the best quality work for your home!

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