FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The first and foremost item is finding a location. Your location should be practical and will need to be approved by the city before it can be constructed. Your leasing agent and/or broker can help with this, but it may be best to contact the local planning commission in the area where you are interested.
The cost for any construction project is very hard to finalize a conversation without plans. There are many factors that can change the final pricing. Some major cost factors are if the practice is located on the ground or upper level, does the location have sprinklers, medical gasses, and the building type and style of construction.
The design phase of construction depending on the project can be very exciting. This is where we spend the time to get to know the style and type of practice you desire. From that, we implement the ideas to paper and design the office around your desires, our ideas, and required building and health codes.
All County Construction is a TEAM oriented company. Our clients are part of this team. The process begins with meetings and phone conversations as to the type and style of practice to be designed and then built.
This is a very common question and one with many answers. This is an answer that has to be viewed over a TEAM process among your CPA, finance person, and the contractor. Each practice, either start-up or new, is in a unique situation. For example, if a colleague went with a lease, that does not imply that a lease is best for your practice.
We can make “high-tech” recommendations, but we believe it is best that we have our specialist in that area of expertise contact you on specific questions as to functionality and price. Many of the practices constructed today are “high-tech;” and many are
equipped to be “high-tech” ready.