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E3 Design did a super job on my kitchen remodel. They took total ownership of the entire project, recommended a design that we loved and completed the project within time and budget constraints. We love it!! This was a total kitchen makeover.Apr 25, 2016
We hired E3 to help us transform our basement from a junk-filled storage space into four usable rooms. Emilio was extremely friendly, helpful, inventive and attentive, and the project came off wonderfully. We'd use E3 again in a heartbeat and recommend him to anyone looking for house help.May 3, 2016
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I am a strong believer in Construction Management delivery method. I do not insist on this process, but it is the one that I feel delivers the best value to the client. Construction Management as a Stepping Stone to Collaboration The CM delivery method serves to better align the Contractor’s Goals with those of the Owner. 1.Fixed Fee – no markups on change orders 2.Transparency – Open book bidding and accounting allows Owner complete access to project cost records. 3.Flexibility - Allows for multiple scopes to be bid and analyzed by the CM and Owner prior to committing resulting in huge flexibility on the project scope. 4.Collaboration – Owner can use the CM Agency as his “Right Hand Man” truly representing the Owner’s best interests. 5.Non-Adversarial – Because the CM is contracted on a fixed fee, there is no arguing over change orders. This results in the CM and Owner being able to maintain a professional, non-adversarial relationship. 6.No Middle Man – Agreements with Trade Contractors and Owner are direct. This limits the possibility of a GC not paying his subs. The Owner also knows exactly what he’s paying and to whom. 7.Savings – If the CM and Owner are able to bid the project for less than the budget, all savings stay with the Owner.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?It is very important to meet with a client before committing to a project. So much of a project's success relies on integrity, trust and cooperation. That only comes through development of a relationship. How can you make recommendations to someone if you don't fully understand their needs?
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a Master of Architecture from Arizona State University. I am a LEED AP. Well versed in sustainability. I have been trained in construction safety through the OSHA 30 hour course. I am trained in CPR/First Aid. Most importantly, I've been working in this industry for over 10 years and have built everything from a finished basement to hotels to brand new hospitals.