Securing permits is only one small step of the pre-construction process. Get in touch with our team to start creating plans, discussing your budget, and outlining your schedule.
Our Permitting Process
We customize our permitting process for every client because different projects require different permit types. If you choose us as your design-build contractor, we begin the permitting process from day one and use our cloud-based Project Management Software to keep track of everything in one place.
New Construction Permitting
If you’re constructing a new building from scratch, you probably need various permits relating to demolition, foundations, new construction, and interior installations. Our construction managers research your city and state’s zoning and permit requirements to ensure your project will receive approval and apply for preliminary permits. If you choose us as your design-build or general contractor, we continue to secure necessary permits throughout the design and construction stages.
While the renovation process isn’t as involved as new construction, you may still need several permits to remove, alter, and install elements in your commercial space. We identify the rules in your city and determine when permits are necessary. Then, our team applies for permits long before you plan to break ground, so you don’t have to delay your project. Our construction managers can offer guidance if you need help securing licenses or occupancy permits after completion.
Your Partner From Start to Finish
Connor Construction is more than your average general contractor; we’re a design-build firm that can turn any project idea into a reality. We know how frustrating it can be to collaborate with several different companies on one project, which is why we oversee everything from day one.
Our number one priority is making the construction process as simple as possible. That’s why we help you apply for permits during the early stages of your project. Even if we part ways and you choose another contractor, we’re happy knowing we could help you get your project off the ground.
If you’re looking for one commercial contractor that can handle every element of the construction process, from permits to design, let’s have a conversation today.
If you can think of a way our architects, engineers, subcontractors, and project managers can help with your Mid-Atlantic construction project, we’ll make it happen. Get in touch to get started.