Steps We Take To Ensure Quality On Every Job

When you hire a contractor, it’s a big decision. Even a small project costs time and money that you want to put to good use. You’re putting your trust in the contractor to do a quality job. At Dunlap, our mission is to consistently provide the highest quality workmanship. We want to earn our clients’ trust, and we know that’s no easy feat. But our 3-step system is designed to ensure success.

Pre-Construction Tasks Are Key To Quality Control

When people think about a construction project, they immediately think about large equipment digging or demo-ing walls (all the fun stuff). But in reality, a lot of preparation happens before we even get to that point. These pre-construction services are absolutely critical to the project’s overall success, and they play a key role in assuring quality:

  • Consulting
  • Estimating
  • Scheduling
  • Value Engineering
  • Constructability Review
  • Procurement Management

From the first meeting, we begin taking steps to ensure a positive outcome. We strive for accuracy in the early stages like estimating, scheduling, and value engineering to get the project off on the right foot. Then, it’s a matter of paying attention to the details, keeping to the schedule, and inspecting the work as it goes along.

The Use Of Checklists 

It’s no surprise that construction projects have a lot of moving parts. Different stages of the build can be happening simultaneously by different subcontractors. And on the surface, things can look pretty chaotic. The way we keep everyone and everything on track is by using checklists. This allows us to inspect work during the project to avoid compounding mistakes at the end. This way, we know quality work is happening at each stage.

To learn more about our building process, schedule a meeting with us. We are happy to answer any questions you might have and show you our portfolio. Let us put your mind at ease about working with our incredible team. Contact us today!

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