Nella Constructors has decades of experience in commercial and industrial construction and hear many of the same questions. Our FAQs page is a collection of those answers to serve as a resource for you. Don’t see the answer you’re seeking? Contact us online, by phone, or by email for further assistance.  

If you’re project involves hiring professionals from multiple disciplines such as an electrician and a plumber, a general contractor can help oversee all sub-contractors. Additionally, if your construction project will require permits or is expected to take more than a week, a general contractor can alleviate many issues and ensure a successful project.  

Yes, we provide insurance certificates upon request. 

Yes, we provide insurance certificates upon request. 

The entire life-cycle of commercial construction project management consists of 7 steps: Design, Pre-Construction, Procurement, Construction and Building, Commissioning, Owner Occupancy, and Project Close-Out.  

We strive to turn around estimates as fast as possible. The time required to produce an estimate is usually within 24 hours, but more complex construction projects could take longer.  

Yes, we can apply mitigation techniques that reduce risks of the property from natural disasters as part of the property development, scheduled maintenance, and upgrading.  

As a credible general contractor, we are happy to provide additional references upon request. Feel free to check out construction testimonials as well.  

Yes, we ensure all construction projects are done to code and in full compliance and address the permitting process and inspections in pre-construction planning. 

Yes, Nella Contractors can provide a written lien waiver for your original contract and for any sub-general contractors that work on your construction project. 

Nella Constructors will be the lead point of contact and responsibility and will supervise your construction project from beginning to end.  

A general contractor is responsible for the overall coordination of a construction project. 

Design-build (D-B or D/B) is a construction project deliver system that reduces risk and costs by overlapping the design and construction phase of the project.  

The certificate of occupancy is a document issued by a city or local government stating how you can legally use a property.  

Project close-out finalizes all the construction project activities. The project close-out phase is the time to ensure completion, assess the entire project, and discover best practices used that could be applied to future projects. 

Pre-construction helps streamline construction tasks, identify potential risks or threats, and gives a more realistic budget.  

You should expect the pre-construction process to take anywhere from 1 to 12 weeks to complete, based on the scope of the construction project.

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