Why make a Stone Work project?
Stone work look will never go out of style however it is used for thousands of years. Stone has an old world charm as well as modern elegance. In making any material selection that is a valuable characteristic to keep in mind. As important as cost can be in choosing a building material, natural stone will stand the test of time and will create value for generations to come.
Why choose Triad Construction to handle your Stone Work Project?
The Triad Construction Group is a well respected company providing home remodeling services for over 25 years. It is our ability to provide our clients the best home improvement experience with our exceptional work and develop long lasting relationships with our clientele that sets us apart.
As a general contractor we understand that choosing the right contractor may be the most important decision you make in the foreseeable future. Whether constructing a new home from the ground up or remodeling the home you live in, we welcome the opportunity to create the masterpiece you envision.
How we handle a Stone Work project?
We share our project in 4 steps – Concept, Project, Planning and Execution.
- Concept – At this stage, the aim is to understand the first information that must be known, the important data, scope, time and cost constraints. It is at that moment that the premises and purpose of the project are recorded.
- Project – At this stage we seek to understand the psychological and economical aspects all the objectives our clients have with the project.
- Planning – More details is needed on this stage. Already in the planning phase, the information requires a greater level of details. Arriving at this stage means that the project has been approved and that you believe in the results you are expected to achieve. Hence the need for consistent planning that leads the project to success.
- Execution – During the execution phase, the focus is the exercise of what was planned. Therefore, the documents must ensure the monitoring of the activities and the registration of deliveries. In execution, changes often occur in scope as well as in quality requirements. Project models should consider ways to accomplish these interactions.