Your Commercial Office Renovation Guide

The commercial renovation process is both stressful and exciting, which is why it’s so important to create a detailed plan before beginning any work. Let’s guide you step by step through your upcoming office remodel in Boston.

Identify Goals

You may technically know your end goal, but you also have to consider how that will affect the rest of the project. For instance, if you plan on converting your office into an open concept layout, think about how your employees will adjust. Without border walls or cubicles, sound travels, which may cause noise disruptions that distract employees and hamper productivity.

Create a Plan

Keeping future company growth in mind, create a project plan. Is it possible that you would need more space within a year? Will some of your employees need private offices? Do you think you will need more meeting spaces and conference rooms? Look around your current location for any amenities you haven’t considered. Maybe you could save monthly rent by  relocating to a different floor yet within the same building?

Consider Average Costs

Office renovation costs vary, of course, and these costs will depend on factors such as location, size and type of renovation, and cost and quality of materials. Get detailed price quotes from your Boston contractors to help you decide what is a must have and what is a nice to have.

Determine Your Budget

While some business owners have the money to tackle the whole project all at once, others may find it more feasible to do it in stages or phases. It could save you money in the long run if you are flexible with your schedule. Consider how your project will affect employee productivity as well as your bottom line.

Think About Sustainability

It can save you money to incorporate green initiatives into your office renovation in the form of tax incentives for energy-efficient commercial upgrades. Other cost-saving ideas may include:

  • Smart building sensors
  • Energy-efficient lighting
  • Eco-friendly building materials
  • Solar panels
  • Natural ventilation
  • Green roof or wall

Assemble Your Team

It’s impossible to renovate your office all on your own, which is why you will need an experienced team behind you. You have to follow building codes and regulations, which is another reason to consult with the pros. There are many types of contractors you will need to have on your team, such as:

  • Electricians
  • Architects
  • Audio visual experts
  • Plumbers
  • Large format printers
  • Interior designers

To ensure reputable partners, it’s imperative to ask for references and view portfolios of their work. You ultimately want to settle on contractors who can give an honest, detailed overview of their plans, frequent progress reports, and an accurate budget. Internally, it’s a good idea to appoint certain employees to oversee the office remodeling process so they can have direct communication with your contractors and keep project statuses clear.

Contact AD Construction

Here at AD Construction, we take care of everything so you don’t have to, from permit pulling to assembling the right team. To get a free quote from our Boston commercial renovation contractors, contact us at 877-345-BUILD.

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