Important Design and Build Considerations

Your design and build team is a crucial part of any commercial construction project. The relationship between a business and their design and build team is a long-term one, often one to two years, and there are important factors to consider before embarking on such a long professional relationship. In today’s economic climate, most businesses

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How to Prep for a Commercial Retail Renovation

Renovating a retail store is a big step, and it involves a whole crew to accomplish an effective and high quality remodel. Because of this, commercial remodels can be daunting tasks. But there are several things you can do to prepare for your commercial remodel and help make the retail renovation process go more smoothly.

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3 Tips for Hiring a Reliable Construction Manager in Washington, D.C.

The right construction manager can make all the difference when it comes to commercial construction projects. Effective management, open communication, and the right skills for the job can be difficult to find in just any Washington, D.C. construction manager. Here are our three helpful tips for hiring a reliable construction manager in Washington, D.C.

The Commercial Construction Process: 3 Tips for Business Owners

Between budgeting, permitting, and unforeseen issues that may cause one setback or another, keeping your commercial construction on track can be overwhelming. But when you partner with the right general contractor, you can find peace of mind knowing your construction project is being effectively managed to meet all your business’s needs. How exactly can you

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Multi-Family Construction Solutions in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Beyond

Areas throughout Maryland, Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Delmarva continue to expand, and multi-family dwellings are more popular than ever. As an experienced multi-family general contractor, Encore Construction has worked with numerous developers to create modern multi-dwelling spaces throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Learn more about the process of constructing a multi-family dwelling and partner with Encore

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Ground-Up Construction vs. Renovation

Did you know that Encore Construction, Inc. is a premier ground-up commercial construction contractor? Ground-up projects require the construction of an entirely new building, while renovations involve the rebuilding of an existing space. Whether you’re looking to expand your business or start anew, it can be helpful to understand the elements of ground-up construction vs.

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3 Tips for a Successful Retail Construction Project

Retail construction projects can be overwhelming at times. After all, there are plenty of things to consider in order to ensure your construction project goes smoothly and your retail building meets all your needs. Retail construction is a key part of growing your business and establishing a successful brand. It’s important that you partner with

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How to Find a Commercial General Contractor for a Project in Washington, D.C.

When it comes to your commercial construction project, the general contractor you choose to work with can make or break the project. It’s important to consider the experience and track record of any general contractor for your Washington, DC business. After all, there are plenty of options out there for commercial general contractors in the

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Four Tips for an Efficient Commercial Kitchen

Whether your restaurant is expanding or simply in need of repairs, establishing an efficient kitchen design is crucial to the success of the renovation. With careful planning, the Encore Construction team can ensure that your new commercial kitchen works with your team, rather than against it. Start the remodeling process off right with these four

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A Couple Thoughts for the Pre-Construction Phase of a Commercial Project

Did you know that the pre-construction phase is one of the most critical aspects of construction for commercial projects? As with most large projects, if you don’t have the organizational framework setup, things can quickly get out of hand. Commercial construction is no different; if you start without the planning done, you will quickly find

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