During a building or remodeling project, a general contractor (construction contractor, industrial contractor) is responsible for the day-to-day oversight of a construction site, management of vendors and trades, and communication of information to involved parties throughout the course of the project
Randahl Construction is a Minnesota based Commercial General Contractor that contracts with building owners for new construction, design-build, expansions, or remodeling projects. With over 25 years of experience we orchestrate, plan and coordinate the construction of your project according to your special conditions, budget, contract documents, building plans, blueprints and specifications for your project.
Coordination of Your Project
As your Commercial General Contractor, Randahl Construction supplies building materials, furnishes labor, provides the equipment, machinery, engineering vehicles, plus all of the specialized tools and services needed to complete your project successfully. Our founder Randy Olsen provides on-site supervision of construction during every project and is always just a phone call away to answer any questions that you may have.
Minnesota General Contractors Experience
Randahl Construction often participates in the early planning and design stages by providing pre-design services – resulting in more accurate estimation of budget and scheduling during design to decrease the overall cost of your project. We work together with you and your architect to meet your deadlines and stay within your budget.
Our Team of Sub Contractors
On every project we work very closely with our subcontractors, even bringing them in during the estimate stages of project. We do this because we want our team to get hands on early in the project to make sure that our estimate is accurate and that our team gets familiar with the project and the expectations.
We subcontract skilled trades to the appropriate subcontractors and engineers who specialize in the fields required to complete your project. Site preparation, land clearing & earth moving; sewage systems; landscaping and road construction; building construction including excavation & laying of foundations and erection of the structural framework, masonry, floors, walls, and roofs; and building systems including fire-protection, utilities, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, HVAC, and technology.
With over 25 years in the construction business, Randy and the Randahl Construction team understand that we are only as good as our partners, so we hold our subcontractors to extremely high standards, maintain great relationships and they understand the quality of work we expect.
General Contractor Estimates
Randahl Construction gives GUARANTEED “real numbers” proposals. We can provide such accurate estimate prices on our commercial construction projects because we regularly update our databases with current building material prices and the latest industry standards. Randahl Construction carefully examines your construction site beforehand to ensure that your building plans work well with the land (or existing structures) – so there won’t be any surprises after you get our estimate. We often times bring our subcontractors into the walk-through with us during the bidding stages because we believe in hands on numbers that are accurate and real. We don’t just select our subcontractors based on who has the lowest bids; we choose the most experienced crews with the best reputations who can get your project done right and on schedule.
After your commercial construction project is complete and inspectors have approved your facility, our founder Randy Olsen will personally give you a walk-through of your completed project. We rigorously check everything and make sure every fixture has been installed correctly and all of your special needs have been satisfied in full. We send specialty workers to address and repair any issues. Our constant dedication to quality, reliability and value reflects in the fact that most of our current projects are return business. See some of our completed projects here.
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