Focus Construction provides general contracting, in-house trades, and project management for all InSite Group projects.
The company does not operate as a traditional, fee-based contractor, but rather it works on behalf of the project investors to deliver unmatched results that maximize the value of the asset. Each project is approached holistically to optimize each input from planning and design to completion.
The close integration with InSite Group and Performance Hospitality allows for construction to quickly adapt to scope changes that would positively influence value. Further, it allows for ongoing maintenance and engineering demands to be addressed expeditiously and more affordably than relying on third-parties alone.
Focus Construction was built from an owner’s perspective to align the interests of ownership with the construction company. This alignment is critical at all stages of project execution from planning to final punch to ensure the project meets or exceeds all quality, timing, and cost expectations. InSite Group uses Focus Construction as a tool to deliver an exceptional product with the cost advantage accruing to the investment partners.
Value Engineering All Areas
Focus Construction takes an elemental approach to executing a renovation. This allows for a rational and fair determination of value.
Hands-on Project Management
Focus Construction’s value-focused, hands-on approach provides executive-level leadership and attention to every step in the renovation and repositioning. Project managers bring a diversity of experience across a range of markets and asset classes that allows them to identify and mitigate any risks before they become problems.
Select Self-Performing Trades
Focus Construction’s leaders understand the value of individuals that are masters of their craft, and the challenges of finding this talent in a high-demand labor market can place unnecessary stress on the project. The company has assembled a team of the highest demand craftsmen that can consistently deliver on quality, timing, and cost expectations.