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FIXED PRICE CONSTRUCTION

Fixed price construction ensures you know exactly what your project is going to cost.

Fixed quotations are required by insurance companies and local authorities for example, or those who want the security of knowing exactly what a project will cost at the outset.

 

Our Fixed Price Quotations are competitive of course, but this is the least efficient, and most expensive method of construction, and cannot compete with the efficiences of our two Project Management models.  

Fixed Quotations are less flexible than Project Management options.

All fixed price quotations include varying contingency sums to mitigate various risks; therefore, a customer pays these sums even if there are no unexepected costs!  

Just think about that for a moment...  

In my experience, unplanned costs have never totalled even 25% of the contingency sums allowed within our Fixed Price quotations.

 

VAT is charged on the whole estimate; the larger the project, the more VAT is due if you are not a VAT registered organisation.

VAT is a significant additional burden for householders that is absent from Project Management instructions, where VAT is payable upon our Project Management invoices only-not the overall build cost.

We offer three Price Options with each project we tender; (a) Standard Project Management, (b) Project Management+, (c) a Fixed Quotation,

 

Complete peace of mind

Clear specifications are required prior to works

 

Total Project management included

NO SURPRISES

CLEAR PLANS

PROJECT MANAGEMENT

CHANGES

ATTENTION TO DETAIL

VAT

Later changes still possible but tend to be at a premium

 

Quality construction and attention to detail

VAT is payable on the whole quote-not just PM fees.

YOUR BUDGET - SORTED

Complete peace of mind.

 

Never having to worry about your budget throughout your whole project - doesn't that sound great? It is, but can be needlessly expensive!

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