Any roofing project requires planning, even more so larger commercial projects. Without planning, the likelihood of being successful is slim and your precious investments will be at high risk.
The roofing project must begin by verifying the available funds and collecting information and specifications about the roof. Project development comes next, with identifying the stakeholders in the project, planning site access, protection, and communication.
There will also be some other pre-construction activities that may include sending documents, setting up subcontractors etc., and then the actual work can start.
In order to prevent mistakes, delays, the use of incorrect materials, and compromised quality, a large commercial roofing project must be supervised closely by a knowledgeable Atlanta commercial roofing contractor during each stage. This way, problems can be identified in time to carry out preventive and corrective measures.
As a commercial building owner or administrator, you must realize that your communication with the roofing contractor throughout the project is essential. Therefore, you must be able to establish contact whenever you have queries or concerns. You are fully entitled to expect your contractor to be available, and be able to prove that the work is going according to the contract you signed.