As a general contractor, you agree to the contract based on your careful pricing of each aspect of the project and the necessary overhead and desired profit margin. In some cases, the projected budget comes out thin—even with the inclusion of some contingencies—so that the price of your work can be competitive.
As a result, you are not able to incur many expenses in excess of your projected costs. As a general contractor, you get price pressure from both sides – your subcontractors and vendors as well as the owner. When such unexpected construction issues arise, our team has the experience and capabilities to help you overcome these issues. We are committed to protecting you and your interests through the process of resolving your construction issues.