If you own or have purchased a piece of property for a commercial building, a business park or some other type of development, it’s time to search for a land-use planner, an architect and a construction contractor to forge ahead with your development.
Or, maybe you’d like to hire one entity to handle all of those services.
Heartland Construction can provide planning, design, government approval and construction services so clients don’t have to worry about hiring a dizzying array of specialists for each task.
Heartland has experience preparing and carrying development proposals through the planning and zoning stage and presenting them to a city council or county commission to win final approval. Heartland can provide a proven architectural and engineering team to streamline the project planning and design. And when it comes time for construction, Heartland can serve as a general contractor or construction manager to take a project through all the necessary steps to final completion.
The big advantage is that instead of dealing with 5-6 different parties, clients can work with one entity to coordinate and see the project to completion.
For property owners who have not gone through the seemingly infinite number of hoops to gain approval for a development project, it’s wise to work with an experienced firm, an expert who knows how to coordinate the many facets of a development project, and make sure the project stays on time and within the projected budget.
It’s impossible to overstate the importance of presenting polished and well-documented development plans to planning and zoning and governmental entities.
When you come before a government body, it’s critical to be prepared and have the answers to questions that you know will come up from previous experience.
It also may be important to work with neighboring property owners to ensure that any concerns they have about your project can be worked out ahead of time – out of the public limelight.
After all of the government approvals have been obtained, Heartland will work with all of the important utility companies to make sure that their services – telephone, electrical, natural gas, cable TV, digital Internet lines, sewer, water, irrigation and drainage – are tied into the development.
At the same time, construction begins from the ground-up. Heartland would serve as the general contractor and coordinate all of the construction work, either with in-house crews and established qualified subcontractors.
“It’s an overwhelming job to take a development from inception to completion,” Transtrum says. “Working with a professional can mean the difference between success and failure. ”