General Contractor v. Residential Project Manager
What’s the difference between a General Contractor and a Residential Project Manager?
A General Contractor is in charge of your project — building and overseeing the crew hired for your job, including all subcontractors. A Residential Project Manager, on the other hand, provides help only in the areas you need it, when you need it, representing your interests and seeing that your project is completed to your specifications.
A Residential Project Manager will assist on any aspect of your project you want help with, including:
- designs and ideas
- technical issues
- subcontractor recommendations and selection
- product and material selection
The Batch Building Residential Project Management Advantage
Drawing on his more than 30 years’ experience as a General Contractor, Tuck Batch can help you on your project, giving you access to information and experience which would otherwise be more difficult to obtain.
We enjoy working with our customers on their projects. The end result is what is most important.
Contact Tuck to see how Batch Building’s Residential Project Management services can help make your DIY home renovation project a success!