Smith & Sell Construction, Inc
Our mission is to deliver high-quality, cost-effective projects on schedule by employing and supporting motivated, flexible, and focused teams. We value the importance of our relationships and will continue to remain fair and true in our dealings with all employees, clients, vendors, and partners. Our Clients count on our dependability, our drive, and our integrity. We take pride in our accomplishments and build on them every day.
We enjoy the relentless pursuit of excellence, service, and results for our clients. The challange of the build and the accomplishment of getting it done.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Because you don’t want surprises when it comes to schedules and costs, we leave no stone unturned. Our estimates are painstakingly thorough. We don’t speak for our crew or subcontractors. Their feedback is part of the design process. This way, we have expert visibility to the entire scope of work and know our changes happen in the planning phase, not when your house is under construction.
In fact, we’re proud to say that they usually start with a higher cost estimate, because it considers every possibility. Then we work with you to find efficiencies. And because our bids are real scopes & design documents, we inspect and measure everything ahead of time.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Smith & Sell was forged from the construction trades being 2nd and 3rd generation offsprings of diverse craftsmen. Our experience spans across various industries and our uniqueness is a good balance of craftmanship, business acumen, and an understanding of what it is to be the owner, the developer, and the builder. A trifecta that is evident in Smith & Sell Construction, Inc. core portfolio of prestigious hospitality, commercial, corporate and residential properties.
What types of customers have you worked with?
We work with homeowners, commercial property managers, facilities managers, architects, real estate agents, brokers, developers.
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
What stage in the process am I in?
Design and budgeting?
Ready to hire?
What's a realistic budget?
Is the contractor taking the time and paying attention to details?