This is a critical component of the overall quality of the project and also the enjoyment the client will experience throughout the build process. The field project manager/superintendent is the first and also the last set of eyes to make sure everything is done correctly on your project. There are so many tradespeople involved in a custom home that someone must be onsite daily to manage and make decisions that will reflect immensely in the overall quality and also the longevity of the project.
This is one of the core tenets of what we believe and why Bryan and Ryan are on each job site every day. We believe our experience building homes over the last 25 years puts someone on site daily with a vested interest in the company and therefore someone to whom doing things the right way is of the utmost importance. You will find a majority of builders place a superintendent on the job and the builder/owner may never visit it while it is under construction! This is not to say there aren’t some qualified foreman out there, but the vast majority of the time you will see big turnover in employment, which can leave your project up in the air as far as who is actually running the job. It can also place an individual who does not have a lot of construction experience in charge of running your job—and remember, in this case he or she is the person calling the shots, not the owner who you contracted with!
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