Q. Why is a project manager important? A. It is important to have an experienced manager on any project. It will save you time and money by reducing your risk of liability and ensuring that all aspects of your project are performed in a safe and timely manner.
Q. Does a project manager provide insurance? A. Yes, a registered contractor is required to carry liability insurance. One of the aspects of a managers job is to reduce the risk to the homeowner.
Q. How do I know if I need to hire a project manager? A. It is important to hire a manager any time you are going to hire multiple trades for your project. Also, a project manager ensures that all subcontractors are properly insured and licensed. A manager supervises all aspects of your project and ensures that everything is completed safely and meets building codes. A project manager provides all documentation and lien releases for your property from the subcontractors.
Q. How do I know if I need a building permit for my residence? A. Building permits can also be required for some residential construction as well as commercial. Your manager will make sure that all building permits and inspections are applied for and completed as necessary.
Q. How do I choose a project manager? A. Your project manager should be a registered contractor. A registered contractor will be able to provide you with proof of license and insurance. You should always ask for this documentation.