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No two projects are the same so Elk Mountain Construction
strives to provide a rough estimation of our new client’s project as close to
the anticipated actual cost as possible.
Please see the Attachment Rough Budget to see the complete itemization
of each cost we include in our budgeting process.
All project costs are tracked and applied to
the original rough budget throughout the entire project to ensure funds will be
available upon project completion.
Please see the Attachment Sample Budget Tracking to see the sample of complete
budget tracking process.
Upon approval of the Rough Project Estimate,
Elk Mountain Construction and our new client will execute the General
Contracting Contract (please see the Attachment Sample General Contracting
Contract). This Contract outlines the
13% cost of the actual project cost to be charged in general commission. Clients will be pay all subcontractors and
vendors directly. Clients will receive a
project notebook (courtesy of Elk Mountain Construction) which includes a copy
of all project estimates by all vendors and subcontractors obtained in the
rough budget costs to use throughout the project. Elk Mountain Construction also will keep a
complete project notebook on file throughout the entire project as well. Elk Mountain Construction ensures all
subcontractors have a current Certificate of Liability Insurance Certificate
and W-9 on file and are available upon request.
All subcontractors sign a Subcontractor Contract
with Elk Mountain Construction (please see the Attachment Sample Subcontractor
Contract) to ensure the contracted project cost as well as the timeline they
are scheduled to perform their duties on our clients project to avoid project
Anytime there is a change to the cost of work duties
or extra materials that differ from that of the Rough Budget, a Change Order
will be agreed upon and signed by our client and Elk Mountain Construction
prior to any extra work performed or materials are installed (please see Attachment
Sample Change Order).
Elk Mountain Construction strives to complete
all projects within a reasonable amount of given time. There always seems to be a unanticipated
number of factors that tend to cause delays so we provide the client and all
subcontractors a Project Timeline (please see the Attachment Sample Project
Timeline on). Anytime the project
schedule changes, this timeline is updated and sent out to all parties affected
by the change. Elk Mountain Construction
believes it is vital to keep the project on schedule as close as possible to
keep the project moving.
Elk Mountain Construction provides to our
client a Material Order Timeline (please see Attachment Sample Material Order
Timeline) to let the client know when to start shopping for materials, when to
order materials, and when materials need to be on the project site. With this timeline, the client is never
rushed to make selections for their project.
Whether our client(s) are working through a
construction bank loan or paying for their project out of pocket, all invoices
are sent via email to client or bank for payment. Some materials and subcontractors require
prepayment or start up payments to complete the project so prompt payment is
vital to keeping the project moving forward.
Elk Mountain Construction will ensure all invoiced work has been
completed before any final subcontractor payments are made.