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3. What kind of construction do you specialize in?As a general contractor, our specialty is construction management. We manage the construction aspect of any type of project as the construction process works for the most part the same for any type building. We've worked on projects ranging from restaurants and food facilities to retail spaces or office buildings, medical facilities, industrial warehousing, retail and more - Our expertise keeps expanding year after year as we take new challenges; Whether it is remodeling or new construction our team has what it takes to manage your construction project for you and deliver an exquisite customer service.
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What experience do you have in light commercial construction?Kore Construction has made its mark as a leading light commercial contractor in South Florida. From restaurants to medical facilities, our team brings years of expertise to every project with their broad portfolio ranging from office buildings and tenant buildouts, through retail makeovers and car rentals.
How do you ensure that your work meets local building codes and regulations?We are very Familiar with the local building codes and regulations: Kore Construction obtain information from the local building department or online. Get the necessary permits: Before starting any construction work, Kore Construction obtains the necessary permits from the local building department. The building department will ensure that the plans meet local building codes and regulations before issuing the permits. Regular inspections: Construction companies must schedule regular inspections with the local building department throughout the construction process to ensure that their work is meeting the required standards. Quality control: Construction companies should implement a quality control system to ensure that their work meets the required standards. This system should include regular checks and tests to ensure that the materials and workmanship are up to par. Continuing education: Construction companies should stay up to date with the latest building codes and regulations by attending seminars, conferences, and continuing education courses.
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