In today’s industry, it is important to be versatile and adaptable to the wants and needs of your future tenants – even when you don’t know who they are.
With new technologies constantly evolving, it is crucial that as developers, we are not ignoring these and are working to incorporate them into the design and development process.
Richard Ainscough, chief executive of Network Space, recently stated that industrial development is ‘more than just churning out metal boxes’, which is a statement that we have to agree with.
The same applies for commercial development and it is therefore important that you work with a team, which understands innovation. In our new course, we discuss selecting the right contractor for your job.
As Ainscough also outlines, commercial buildings may be leased as office, manufacturing or even warehouse space and it is important to consider the versatility of your development before work starts.
When selecting a contractor you must consider not only design and versatility, but also budgets and timescales. Whether or not your building is leased yet, your team should be working to an agreed timescale, within a dedicated budget.
While we discuss sourcing the right development, the team itself is just as, if not, more important and whether it’s the architect, designer, contractor or sub-contractor, everyone contributes to the success of the final development.
For more information on selecting a contractor for your next development, call us today on 01698 652630 and join us on our next course.
Dates for the next course are: 25th & 26th August