The vast array of specialty contractors that exist in Australia and New Zealand are a testament to the nations' eagerness to build, renovate and redecorate. There is someone skilled in Dunedin for every job, no matter how small or specialised.
What kinds of specialty contractors are there?
An end-to-end Project Manager will take on your project with a view to maintaining the timeline you need to keep all parties happy. They will often use a critical path analysis to order the necessary materials at the best times and to time the arrival of tradespeople at optimum times to avoid expensive downtime. As well as making sure contractors are paid on time, a project manager can be employed to ensure your project comes in on budget and to a high standard. He or she will consult with you regularly to keep you informed of the progress.
As they juggle your demands and the work of home builders, the Dunedin, Otago building project manager often benefits from a construction industry background. This may also assist you when you need to hire additional contractors.
What to ask a potential project manager:
How long have you been a project manager?
Do you have a history in construction?
Can you give me a written estimate?
What happens if the project goes over budget?
Are you licensed and insured?
Have you managed a project like this one? If so, can you show me photos?
How do you calculate costs, and what do they include?
How long will this project take?
Find specialty contractors on Houzz.
Look in the Professionals section of our website under Dunedin, Otago specialty contractors, then select the nearest metro area for a contractor. You can also look through Otago photos of completed projects to see how a contractor might approach design challenges.
Find speciality contractors near me on Houzz
Before you hire a speciality contractor in Dunedin, browse through our network of 7 speciality contractors. Read through home owner reviews, check their past projects and then request a quote from the best speciality contractors near you.