Our integrated design build approach to home remodeling works because the design group, the build group and the project management group are all full-time Gilday employees. They have spent years developing a way of working together that is lively and efficient.
The team is particularly attuned to the needs and requirements of its Washington DC metro area clientele. They speak the same language, hold to the same standards of excellence and focus their attention on achieving the agreed upon goals every day on every project large or small.
In the design development phase, the best ideas rise to the surface and are delivered to the client. All the relevant possibilities are explored so that the client can make the best possible decisions about their home. That same focus continues through the construction phase keeping it smoothly moving forward. With a complex home remodeling program that calls for room additions and significant structural reconfiguration, this is the way to keep it all together.
CLIENT MEETING WITH DESIGNER LESLIE ROOSEVELT AND CARPENTER FOREMAN PAT DONLY TO FINALIZE SELECTIONS FOR A MASTER BATH REMODEL IN PROGRESS
This powerful collaboration cannot be achieved by a company that manages teams of subcontractors, part-timers or new hires. A true integrated design build model takes time and conscious effort to develop. It happens only when company leaders take the time and care to attract and retain the best designers, builders and managers in the field.
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