On-time, in-house construction

How We Keep Your Construction Project On-Time and On-Quality

Usource Construction self-performs on several CSI Divisions and has a specialized construction workforce that executes high quality workmanship. In addition to quality workmanship, Usource has more control over the construction schedule for those self-performing divisions and passes the cost saving down to it’s clients.

How to get your next Washington D.C. construction project started:

Contact Usource to discuss how your next project can be executed with both Usource in-house construction team and subcontractors. We are committed to educating our clients on the process and its benefits. Our goal is always to make sure your next project meets all of your expectations.

On-time, in-house construction

Usource provides high-quality, on-time construction services because we have an excellent in-house construction team and over 20 years of project management experience in Washington D.C.

Will My Contractor Pull Permits and Handle D.C. Building Entitlements?

Yes. We here at Usource Construction will be more than happy to assist with this step. Our team is very familiar with the permit process and work closely with the city’s inspectors to ensure your project meets code. We are also accustomed to addressing questions by phone and in-person, so don’t hesitate to reach out to find the answers you need.

One way to determine whether your project needs a permit is to consult your city building and permit office. Most have information online that you may review on your own.

Projects requiring a permit typically include:

  • Adding or removing walls
  • Changing the use (such as converting a residential use to a commercial use)
  • Relocation or installation of new plumbing pipes, mechanical systems, or electrical wiring for your building
  • Installation of a new roof and replacement of structural components for the building
  • Partial new construction (demolition and rebuild to a portion)

Usually, the person who pulls the permit is responsible for ensuring the construction is code compliant.

If you have never tried to pull a permit before, we suggest hiring Usource Construction for your next project. Allow yourself to focus on creating an efficient and highly functional space for  your next commercial/residential project without the hassle of dealing with local regulations or cumbersome restrictions. We can do it for you–we are experts at navigating through the design, regulatory, and construction process.

Just visit www.usourceservices.com to contact us.