D|4 Group understands that in real estate deals, cost reigns supreme. With a focus on complete transparency, our team manages all aspects of project design and construction to ensure the best value for your investment.
At D|4 Group, extreme ownership is our mantra. We take full accountability for our actions and embrace a "whatever it takes" attitude to achieve your project goals. No excuses. No blame games. Just decisive action.
As a full-service, merit shop general contractor, our team has managed over $300 million in construction work. Our credibility is built on delivering what we promise, every single time. From large-scale remodels to ground-up construction, we are committed to providing you with peace of mind as your trusted partner throughout your construction journey.
Pre-construction refers to the initial phase of a construction project where planning, budgeting, and scheduling take place before the actual construction begins. This phase involves site assessments, feasibility studies, conceptual designs, and obtaining necessary permits. The goal is to lay a solid foundation for the project and ensure all aspects are well-prepared before the construction phase starts.
Construction management involves overseeing and coordinating all aspects of a construction project. This includes managing the budget, scheduling, subcontractors, materials, and labor to ensure the project stays on track and within budget. Construction managers are responsible for resolving any issues that may arise during construction and ensuring that the project is completed successfully and according to the specified quality standards.
Design assist is a collaborative approach where construction professionals, such as contractors or subcontractors, are brought in early during the design phase of a project. Their input is sought to provide practical insights, value engineering, and constructability reviews. This collaboration aims to optimize the project's design for efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and feasibility, leading to better overall results during construction.
General contracting involves the overall responsibility for the execution of a construction project. The general contractor is typically responsible for hiring and managing subcontractors, overseeing the construction process, ensuring safety and quality compliance, and handling communication with the client. They take on the primary role of completing the project according to the agreed-upon specifications, on time, and within the budget.