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Well-versed in the Bay Area commercial construction and the commercial real estate scene, providing high level construction services to my clients throughout the greater Bay Area since the mid ’90’s. Clients range from the Fortune 50 to the local small business; both of which require hand-holding of one form or another… If they didn’t, they wouldn’t value the services of my team.  Those who have experienced the service, have become accustomed to the delivery of reliable and timely information combined with the high level of performance, giving them the necessary confidence to execute complex real estate transactions; our focus is to allow our clients the ability to focus on their day-to-day business .
Armed with extensive experience, our teams serve corporate occupiers, real estate professionals (brokers, CM’s, PM’s, etc), the A&E community, and property/facility owners, managers & developers. As an integral member of the Dome Construction team, I’m confident that that our collective knowledge base, desire to be the best, and commitment to responsible business practices, makes Dome your contractor of choice.
I addition to my successful career building corporate environments, historic renovations, hospitality and urban retail, my unique background as a former commercial office broker, offers added experience in work letter review, advice and negotiation as part of the pre-lease service that provides added comfort and value for our clients.  The mantra that I adhere to for ongoing, long-term success revolves around the commitment to pre-construction consultation. A project without a commitment to pre-lease or pre-construction services is like ice cream without the cone… it ends up all over the place leaving someone having to clean up a mess.
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   NicholsBooth Architects Office TI. Photos by Jaspar Sanidad
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4 responses

22 03 2010
Dave Klein

Gary:

Clients have inquired about doing genric office buildouts on a design-build basis without an independent architect or engineer – the general contractor provides design and engineering as a part of its bid. I’ve seen this done in manufacturing and distribution but not in office space.
1. Does it have a place?
2. Can you explain the pro’s and con’s of this
approach for office users?
3. Does it save money?
4. Do you recommend it?

7 06 2010
Trudy

Clients have inquired about doing genric office buildouts on a design-build basis without an independent architect or engineer – the general contractor provides design and engineering as a part of its bid. I’ve seen this done in manufacturing and distribution but not in office space.1. Does it have a place?2. Can you explain the pro’s and con’s of thisapproach for office users?3. Does it save money?4. Do you recommend it?
+1

21 07 2010
Continuing Education Insurance Online

Clients have inquired about doing genric office buildouts on a design-build basis without an independent architect or engineer – the general contractor provides design and engineering as a part of its bid. I’ve seen this done in manufacturing and distribution but not in office space.1. Does it have a place?2. Can you explain the pro’s and con’s of thisapproach for office users?3. Does it save money?4. Do you recommend it?
+1

1 11 2012
Fraise

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