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 […]
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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 […]
A full-service construction company provides design and build services including materials, equipment, and labor for excavating, masonry, carpentry, and more for your new construction, renovation, remodel, or restoration. Working with one company from planning to securing financing, breaking ground, and keeping your project on track in the Washington D.C. area simplifies the experience and helps […]
The answer may be yes, but it depends on the kind of business you operate and the work that is planned in your commercial remodel or renovation. You’ll want to discuss this with your general contractor to find out if staying open may be possible. A remodel or renovation is a major investment, so many […]
You’ve likely noticed the recent rise in lumber prices if you currently have a construction or renovation project underway, or if you’re planning to begin one later this year. It’s true that many building materials have quickly become more expensive since around this time last year. As a general contractor working with customers across the […]
Converting older residential buildings into commercial properties is a trend throughout many historic Washington D.C. neighborhoods. As our communities evolve, former residential buildings are sometimes perfectly situated for use as retail spaces, cafes, or office spaces. However, successfully converting a home into a place of business isn’t as easy as simply going in and performing […]
Restoring a historic home or commercial building takes time, money, and usually specialized skills possessed by experienced trade workers. The balance between time and money spent on a historic restoration aren’t necessarily as inversely related as they are in a typical renovation or construction project. Some historic building restorations can be completed in 6 months […]
Beginning a renovation or remodel project can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time. With the right partners, however, you’ll have the support to navigate your way to a successful result. Tapping into the experience of your general contractor is key to finding answers and avoiding common pitfalls. In fact, some of the most […]
Every construction project is a balancing act between cost, quality, and time. Changes to one of these aspects affects the other two. Of course, everyone wants the best outcome given the resources available. Delivering finished work on time and under budget is always the goal. However, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by cost at the […]
This week we’re looking at the difference between a historic building renovation and a remodel. Like last week’s description of restoration vs. renovation, this blog should help you understand whether a renovation or remodel is right for the project you have in mind. Although “renovation” and “remodel” are often used interchangeably in conversation, the […]
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- Collaborative ContractingAugust 6, 2021 - 12:39 pm
Competitive, complex project-bid models, which typically involve the owner planning a large project without meaningful input from a contractor, have been the foundation of most commercial contract procurements in the past. This process is evolving in the industry due to the current state of affairs….