Property Management Company or individual property owners will find themselves from time to time needing to find local contractors to get their facility ready for a new tenant. Let’s say the property manager signed a long term leasing contract with general and cosmetic dental center. The Spring Texas company needed to find a office location with a space large enough to accommodate for the expansion needs of the growing family dentistry.
The relocation and expansion will allow the Dental Center to: add a second full-time dentist, double the number of patient chairs (it will now have twelve), and accommodate more patients.
The new office will employ four full-time dentists (general practitioners), three full-time dental hygienists and two part-time hygienist. A pediatric dentist will be available to come in three days a week at the new location too.
All this opportunity creates the need for the property management company to align themselves with plumbers, flooring, framing, and electrical contractors to ensure the new facility is built out according to the blue prints provided by the architectural and engineering drawings.
In some cases, leasing offices will retain the services of a professional contractor that specializes in dental clinic construction. These companies will already have a list of quality sub contractors they know have the experience and equipment to complete the required scope of work (e.g. finding experienced concrete contractors in Spring Texas to install slab, parking area or decorative concrete courtyard area).
Hiring a license contractor may add cost to the job but the time the leasing office will save in trying to manage the sub contractors and try to keep the overall cost within the budget could be invaluable to completing the work in time to have the new facility move-in ready for the new dental professional tenants.