A faster, cost-effective process
Getting stuck in the middle of a dispute is never a good thing, especially when it involves the architectural design firm and the contractors building or renovating your dream home. HK Construction, a fourth-generation kamaaina company, offers a proven solution to this all-too-common issue that homeowners face while moving through the phases of planning, designing and construction.
HK Construction uses the design-build system, which means it has oversight (and responsibility) of the entire process — from design through completion. This integrated approach eliminates what could be a time-consuming and complicated handoff from the designers to the builders, and encourages cooperation among everyone involved, ultimately saving homeowners time and money. It also means they need only negotiate one contract and deal with one point of contact.
HK Construction, which is fully licensed, bonded and insured, works closely with clients who benefit from cost engineering, unified project recommendations and innovative solutions to meet their needs.
“With design-build, we give our customers a clear understanding of the cost factors involved with their design choices and can better adapt to stay within budget,” says HK Construction vice president Harry Kim.
Design-build projects are also often delivered faster since the planning and construction phases are coordinated, resulting in a streamlined project schedule. HK designers will ensure that plans meet industry standards and can be built efficiently, leading to a smoother execution from start to finish.
To take the first step toward your new home construction or renovation project using the design-build process, contact HK today or attend one of the company’s complimentary seminars. Several seminars are held at its Honolulu office each week, including on Saturdays. For your safety, seating is limited, and HK Construction follows strict cleanliness and social distancing practices. Registration required; no walk-ins allowed. See the schedule and sign up today at hkchawaii.com.