How do I know if I have the right General Contractor?

Ask your General Contractor how long they have been in business and how many years of experience they have in building. It is appropriate to want reassurance from your builder that they have substantial experience with projects of your size and type. Ask for referrals. No one knows your builder better than their past customers. Get a comfort level that your General Contractor can finish on time and without inappropriate charges. Ask to meet the team at their office. Sit down with the owner. Like any good start to a relationship, ask questions and get a comfort level with the firm you are hiring first. You should feel at ease with the people who will be running your job. After all, you will be seeing a lot of each other.

Why wouldn’t every contractor own and operate a site equipment company?

Massive capital outlays, onerous maintenance schedules, implicit knowledge of material efficiencies, and a commitment to a skilled labor force are some of the hurdles a site equipment operator must overcome to operate efficiently in this industry. Kenosia Construction has educated its employees, and invested the time and resources to exceed these challenges for almost twenty years. Since the start of Kenosia Construction, growing our site work division into a competent, efficient and cost-cutting force has been our focus.