So why would we enter these potentially stressful situations and unnecessarily subject ourselves to bad situations which have generally been created by others?
Well... at the most basic level of our strategies... work is work. Also, we are great problem solvers and enjoy a challenging project much more than erecting pre-assembled components on a project home. That's certainly part of it.
But there's also something quite satisfying about providing assistance & guidance to owners who have found themselves in a situation which can sometimes be quite overwhelming. We find that there's always a sense of relief from the Owner Builder at having found a service like ours which has the knowledge & experience to quickly understand how problems have originated, and to be able to implement solution strategies to get the project back on track.
Further, we have a vast network of professional consultants (Structural/Geotechnical Engineers, Surveyors, Architects etc) as well as subcontractors & tradesmen to supplement our own workforce in producing the desired results. Being able to create a work program and completion schedule based on genuinely achievable milestones is often a skill which the OB does not have.
I'll get back to some more on this topic shortly.