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General Contracting Your Post-Frame Building

Can you be your own General Contractor for your building project?

It seems like a good way to save money on your project, but on the other hand, you can risk project delays, unexpected costs, and additional stress. Is it worth it? Can you do it? This guide will outline each factor that goes into being your own general contractor and equip you with the information you need to ensure a successful project.

Get all the information you need to ensure a successful building project!

In this guide, we’ll walk through the 5 basic steps to being a successful general contractor on your project: Plan, Verify, Acquire, Select, and Execute. Following these steps will help make sure your project stays on schedule, on budget, and in your control. Here is some of the valuable information included:

  • Pros and cons of being your own general contractor, including an easy tool to decide if it’s right for you
  • Information on permitting and zoning
  • Learn how to prepare a request for bids and how to choose subcontractors
  • A comprehensive list of common expenses to help you estimate total project costs
  • Sample project schedule – see the sequencing of a project from beginning to end
  • How to get final drawings for the structure, HVAC, plumbing, and electrical
  • Tips for starting the construction phase off right

Learn from the experts!

We’ve walked through thousands of projects with customers, working with both professional general contractors and laymen. We created this guide from our experience building successful projects over the last 60 years. This free brochure is a one stop shop for all the information you need to act as your own general contractor.

 

Download the FREE brochure now and get started!

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