Improve Your Office Space

Key Points: The design of your office space can reflect company culture. There are four types of company cultures: Adhocracy, Clan, Hierarchy, and Market. Research shows that employees work better in well-thought-out work environments. Improving your office space can be as simple as adding an open layout to your business. Research shows that improving your […]

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Why Do Construction Projects Go Over Budget?

Renovation budgets and construction project budgets are difficult to manage and keep within their original confines. As a project progresses, you find yourself with emergencies, accidents, new additions, and potential surprises at every turn. Creating a project budget is already tricky without anticipating the number of obstacles you’ll encounter. If you know what to look […]

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When Do I Need A Building Permit For Renovations?

Your commercial space requires remodeling, so you begin the process of outlining, detailing, and preparing for the construction job ahead. Many different features and services go into renovation projects, but there are a few questions that need to be answered first: when do you need a building permit, what type of permit do you need, […]

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How COVID-19 Will Affect Office Layout Designs

With the arrival of COVID-19 and the ensuing pandemic, modern offices have transitioned into a work from home routine that has done wonders for productivity and slowing the advancement of the virus. As the effects dwindle, some companies find themselves in a favorable situation that allows them to return to the office under specific guidelines. […]

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How Do Commercial Construction Loans Work?

Commercial construction loans: What are they, why do I need them, and how do I get them?  What Is a Commercial Construction Loan?  A commercial construction loan is used to finance the costs associated with the construction or renovation of a commercial building. Its funds are often used to pay for labor and materials for […]

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Identifying the Right Commercial Contractor for Your Building Remodel

Certified building contractors vs. general contractors—who’s best to work with? When it comes to commercial remodeling and construction, there’s really no debate.  Are you planning to have work done on your building? Whether it’s a renovation, some remodeling, or new construction, it’s vital to have a professional contractor overseeing the work. When you hire a […]

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How to Budget for Office Renovations

How to Budget for a Renovation  An office remodel can be expensive, and improving the look and design of a workplace often isn’t easy. It can take months to finish construction projects. Whether it’s just a bathroom upgrade or a commercial building renovation, several steps need to be taken to make the transformation successful. You […]

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ADA Requirements for Building Renovations

ADA Building Compliance Checklist—Your Key to a Safe and Successful Renovation Thinking about modernizing your office? Whether you want to remodel the bathrooms or perform an extreme makeover of the entire floorspace, a commercial renovation can revitalize your working environment. But before you break ground on new construction, you need to understand what each project […]

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How to Maintain Quality and Cut Commercial Renovation Costs

Four Easy Ways Your Business Can Save Money During a Building Renovation When operating a business, you should always be searching for the best possible return on the investments you make, and commercial renovation projects are no exception. But what’s your plan for saving money during a redesign project? What resources need to be purchased […]

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The Secrets of Facility Code Compliance

The Seven Steps to Securing ADA and OSHA Compliance  The construction industry is a tricky business sector. Projects are time-sensitive procedures, especially when you’re building a property from scratch. There’s always a ton of work going on behind the scenes. It’s a rigorous process for laborers, supervisors, and everyone else involved. But just because you […]

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