“Once we start a build, we simply keep that job running until it’s completed.” – Steve Graves, master builder.
Continuity is a huge part of Bright Alpine Builders’ build philosophy, and according to master builder Steve Graves, it begins with with one very simple yet firm step.
“I like to put one foreman and his team and equipment on a new custom home build on day one, and have that very same foreman help to clean the windows on the day the home is handed over to the client. It’s the way I prefer to manage all custom home builds – it provides greater efficiency, continuity to the build and also peace of mind for the client.”
Continuity and continuality of build, from day one until home completion is a build philosophy that sets Bright Alpine Builders at the top of its league. It’s economical, smart and efficient.
How is it done? Simple.
The build foreman, his team and all machinery and equipment does not leave the new build site until the job’s done. This same foreman and his staff do not ‘juggle’ work, by leaving the site odd days to work on other builds. Both the build team and their equipment stay on site until the new custom home is handed over to the client.
“It’s something that I feel strongly about because the clients actually see that you’re there every day working on their home,” says Steve.
“The build experience is a huge part of the client’s life at the time – and we feel they truly appreciate that time and care isn’t being compromised by the build team focusing attention on for example a neighbour’s house or other building projects.”