Overdoing the space for maximum FAR without studying the best possible ROI (Rentals, Lease-out, sell offs) and factors like insufficient parking space, unplanned building heights, lack of amenities etc. are what makes the asset low yielding
Or for that matter the acceptable quality building materials or craft manship or building rules, unless you are a constuction professional
The person you hired based on recommendations has disappeared,Most Probably with your money .Worse you don't have much time to hang around either ,because your job or career is also important
HalfWay ,you realize that funds have run out and you cannot backout either . Call us right in the beginning and avoid this trap by having a realistic cost workout and funding arrangement
This is critical and can be the difference between failure and success. You will be recruiting all kinds of people with one crook recommending another, and ending up with a substandard asset
Wonderful ideas on paper and walk throughs, but nightmare in rentablity, accessiblity for maintenance and usability
From the survey of land to the final plan drawing, the planning is done by the best in the business. Proven architects, estimation experts, work supervisors and procurement professionals sit together to chalk out the best for you.
Finally it’s the people who work on your project that matters, Holding them accountable is a very important part of the job. PMC Resource has access to talent that's proven its mettle on big, serious projects, which separates the men from the boys.
There is no use crying over spilt milk. So we take care not to spill any in the first piace. Our meticulous monitoring keeps in check all possible mistakes and flaws. You get a regular report, accessible anytime, anywhere. Needless to say, quailty is a given.
All legal clearances, adherence to local government laws and respect for the environment is part of our work ethic. The ‘will see later’ attitude is alien to our way of working. If a project is legally not feasible, we advise our clients not to burn their fingers.