As the owner of a construction project,
your General Contractor works for you, the owner.
Many questions have to
be answered and decisions have to be made in order to keep
Contractor moving ahead, on budget, and on time. An owner will many times
an additional experienced General Contractor to serve as a liaison or
'Project Manager' on his behalf.
The fee is minimal when you consider the
time, money and potential problems of construction supervision.
The below example:
Five Forks Baptist Church Renovation Project, Simpsonville SC
SmithKellet General Contractors are contractors responsible and
contract to complete the project.
Seay Construction, also General Contractors, served in a much
different, 'behind the scenes' role.
Our church renovation is a good example of how a General Contractor can
serve as the 'Owner's Rep' and
save the owner much time, peace of mind,
and money. As the Owners Rep for our church, we have been heavily involved
in the pursuit of the repair of our failing roof system, over 6,000 square feet of sagging
insulating panels. We have been active in:
Planning . . . research
Team building - architect, deacons,
pastors, engineers, building committees, finances
Seeking, interviewing, and hiring a General
Serving as his 'go to guy' and
hearing the concerns of our people
Administrating with our architect's
help so our General Contractor
can focus on getting the job done
Approving and processing of change
orders, and in this case, we are happy that this
job has finished on
budget with no change orders
We have worked together to save this church potentially hundreds of thousands of
all starting with God's guidance and teamwork.
We are very capable of looking out for your best interest and helping take
some of the stress out of the building process. Mr. Seay has a tremendous
background as an active General Contractor but also has served in numerous
endeavors of priceless experience.
'University of South Carolina Class of '79'
Marshall and LoriJill Seay