Commercial Construction


RENAISSANCE COMMERCIAL values the importance of the pre-construction phase of any project. Our team extensively works in unison with the architect and project team throughout the design process. We review plans at every update for constructability, building system types and value management.

Project variations and budget adjustment updates, along with regular progress meetings are all crucial parts to insuring the construction process is begun with a complete and sound understanding of all aspects to follow for those involved going forward.

General Contracting Services

RENAISSANCE COMMERCIAL provides knowledgeable, experienced orchestration of your project from start to finish. Aspects of this process involve full-time project-site supervision, safety and cost control, and directing all project work through completion.

As the General Contractor, we contract construction services, specialists, trades and suppliers, etc. We also have the specialized ability to self-perform most, if not all of a given project’s demands when cost and quality is best controlled in-house.

Construction Management

RENAISSANCE COMMERCIAL provides personal construction management to guarantee an experienced construction professional is responsible for managing the entire project from start to finish.

Duties of construction management include interfacing with the design architect, estimating and scheduling, obtaining permits and approvals, hiring and managing subcontractors, locating and purchasing materials, value engineering to save costs and improve quality, closing the project with the necessary training and warranties, all the while keeping the customer informed to the level of desire.

At RENAISSANCE COMMERCIAL, our high quality construction management is of tremendous value to customers who are physically remote from their construction site, as well as professionals who are busy with their own responsibilities and know they can trust our reputable company to perform all project phases with our client’s best interest first.

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