As an owner or CEO, your business has many elements to it from the customers you target, to the employees you hire, to the culture you develop, as well as the look and feel of the environment you do business in. In this interesting marketplace season, as the world begins slowly easing out of pandemic uncertainty, the time to consider a renovation may be right now.
Renovations occur for any number of motives: re-branding, upsizing, downsizing, work efficiencies, or it’s simply a “time for a change.” Regardless of why, it can be an overwhelming project for someone who is not familiar with the intricacies of construction alterations.
Team Build Construction understands this and released an article called “Seven of the Best Commercial Renovation Tips” as a guideline to help a business prepare for and successfully work through a renovation.
Their tips are as follows:
- Remember your reasons – Doing a renovation “just to do it” can be problematic. Knowing your reasons and planning accordingly lays a foundation for success.
- Think of the future – Knowing your long-term business goals is essential to design and revitalize a space that will support your business over the years to come.
- Seek help from professionals – Hiring a professional construction company is worth the money every time to avoid the headaches and potential disasters of attempting to do it yourself or by using a lower quality provider.
- Create a budget and schedule – Have at least 10% more money than you may need and expect some scheduling delays with the inevitable unexpected challenges that will probably occur along the way.
- Reduce your utilities – Updating your lighting and windows at the same time you are giving your space a face-lift will save you money in the long run.
- Be prepared for change – Even the best plans go awry. Be prepared to pivot as needed throughout the construction process.
- Know your audience – Your employees and customers are important to keep in mind as you plan and execute your renovations. Make them the focus and things are more likely to go well.
To read the entire Team Build Construction article in full, click here.
If you are a hotel owner or General Manager considering a renovation project in the near future, don’t hesitate to send us a project bid or contact us to learn more about how we make every project a Partner Grade Experience for our clients.
About Triple Crown Construction:
Founded in 1991, Triple Crown Construction built a reputation for itself as a reliable partner in the hospitality and commercial construction industry by understanding and delivering on its partners’ expectations. Based in Frederick, Maryland, Triple Crown Construction strives to approach each and every project with the goal to deliver quality, service, and value, and is committed to raising the standard of excellence in all areas of its work. The company operates with a family mentality, a commitment to the greater community, and a desire to work with those who aim to improve their customers’ experience.
About Triple Crown Construction:
Triple Crown Construction is a Partner-Grade provider specializing in pre-construction, commercial construction and hospitality renovation. This allows you to focus on driving revenue while we focus on your construction projects.
Since 1991, TCC has provided expertise in delivering successful turnkey solutions to its clients across the nation. Efficient processes and cutting-edge technology has enabled TCC to maximize client value while minimizing project pitfalls. A core team of Estimators, Project Managers and Superintendents provide guidance and support to a network of TCC Certified subcontractors. Nestled in picturesque Frederick County, MD, TCC is an active member of the community, routinely participating in local events and charity programs.
We are Partner-Grade™
Partner-Grade is a shared commitment to and investment in our Client-Partners’ interests. We offer confidence through knowledge in the construction process, turnkey projects and a solution-oriented approach. Our brand virtues of efficiency, clear communication and providing an excellent customer experience are at the core of every project. Can you afford to work with a firm that’s not “Powered by Partner-Grade?”