Multiple Contractor Preparation in Houston, Dallas and San Antonio
When a building is being designed, there are multiple contracts that must be drawn up. From the contract signed between the architect and the client, to the one between the client and the construction company, these documents are essential in maintaining a consistent vision for the project.
Contracts dictate a number of things related to a construction project, so in order to guarantee each one contains the same important information it is a wise choice to rely on a single company throughout. As seasoned architects in San Antonio, Acosta Architecture LLC is well situated to handle multiple contract preparation.call now message us
Contracts Protect Parties from Misrepresentation
Building design and construction is a process that requires many contracts, which makes consistency all the more important. By handling the preparation of multiple contracts, we are able to ensure that there is consistent wording and terms across the board, protecting all involved parties from misinterpretation or error during construction.
Acosta Architecture LLC has years of experience in the field of architecture, and over that period of time we have prepared countless contracts for our San Antonio clients, all with the same attention to detail and eye for inconsistencies.
Legal Documents Serve As A Guide
Like any legal document, a contract should be thoroughly examined before it is finalized. The contents of the contract dictate how the rest of the construction project will go, so we take care to involve our clients every step of the way.
These contracts represent all of the time you spend imagining how your future home, office or commercial space would look. As an architecture firm dedicated to our clients above all else, we understand how important these written documents are.
Alongside the schematics and plans for the building, contracts serve as a guide on how to bring your building to life. As a result, we prepare them with a careful hand, always ensuring your best interests are represented.