When deciding on the team for your commercial construction project, it’s important to stay informed. In most situations, a general contractor is used. Generally, contracting companies focus on either commercial or residential because of the unique intricacies that go into each type of project. As a general contractor in Edmonton, Tri-Stad Construction focuses exclusively on commercial projects and will oversee your construction from start to finish.

We are responsible for duties like bidding on and obtaining projects, providing materials, labour and equipment, and overseeing the finished project. While a lot of the work is done by the general contracting company, specialized labour like plumbing or electrical work will be subcontracted out. As your general contractor, we will oversee the selection of subcontractors and the quality of the workmanship.

What to Look for in a General Contractor

When choosing your general contractor in Edmonton or the surrounding areas, it’s important to know what to look for. After all, this person, or company, will be with you throughout the entirety of your commercial construction or renovation project. While price is certainly important, keep in mind other factors when determining your general contractor like:

  • Experience/Licensing. Choosing a general contractor that is both licensed and experienced is the best way to ensure your commercial project is done right. Tri-Stad Construction is licensed and has experience with many different types of projects. We have a history of successfully completed jobs for restaurants hotels, dealerships and more!
  • Communication. Response times between you and your general contractor shouldn’t be an issue. If you feel like you might spend too much time waiting for answers to questions or requests, you might want to keep looking. At Tri-Stad Construction, we pride ourselves on keeping our clients up to date on everything that’s happening throughout the course of the project.
  • Workmanship. You should work with a contractor who values quality in their work. While it can be appealing to some to cut corners or change the plans to make it cheaper or speed up the project, it doesn’t mean it’s a good idea. Here at Tri-Stad Construction, we understand that sacrificing quality isn’t a good business model.  

For more information about Tri-Stad Construction and our services, contact us today.