Focus On Design: George Davis, Inc.
George Davis offers design plus building services, which equals efficiency for clients.
Buildings, like relationships, start with a solid foundation. At George Davis, Inc. integrity, thoughtful planning, realistic budgets, and a superior design build experience are the foundations of the projects they do, as are great relationships, from their team of designers and carpenters, to their trade partners and local vendors. You will be pleased to discover that you will actually enjoy your design build experience with them. Once it has been determined that your project appears feasible, they present a Design Agreement for consideration. This Design Phase addresses four major elements:
Concept: The goal is to generate ideas and collaborate with the homeowner to develop a set of plans that meets the objectives of the project.
Scope of Work: It is critical to identify every last detail that needs to be accomplished and prepare a written set of specifications for the project.
Feasibility: The team explores the various permitting requirements and identifies any potential hurdles so that when that time comes, there are no surprises.
Budget: Respect for the client’s budget involves monitoring and sharing the costs of the project as it moves through the Design Phase so that when they present the final quote, it is within the client’s expectations.
The next step is the Pre-Construction Phase, where they prepare the plans to be permit and construction ready, obtain the permits, and develop a detailed schedule for this phase. Homeowners also work with their design team to fine-tune the client’s vision with regard to final selections of colors, tiles, fixtures, and flooring that reflect their taste and style. Throughout, the design aesthetic, the full support, and the guidance of their incredible team is available to the homeowner as they move forward to the completion of their dream.
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