general contracting

A general contractor is one that works directly for the client, overseeing subcontractors and performing tasks as needed. The benefits of this project-delivery method are providing the client with one single point of contact to hold accountable for cost control, scheduling, and quality control.

As your general contractor, Register Construction’s involvement begins from the earliest stages of design through completion and client occupancy. Our clients count on us to be proactive, anticipate challenges, and provide unique solutions throughout the entire construction process.

Our highly skilled project teams come from a broad range of construction backgrounds, allowing us to offer our clients a myriad of different expertises that can be tailored to multiple project needs. We use proven procedures and management systems to monitor project progress and ensure that project goals are met on-time and on-budget. Additionally, we contract and coordinate with designers, specialists, and suppliers in accordance with your project requirements.

Our transparent management approach provides our clients with comprehensive control over all aspects of the project, while utilizing our team’s capabilities to manage all construction activities, control costs, achieve timely performance, and maintain quality standards. We pride ourselves on keeping our employees and subcontractors safe on every project, and continually providing training to ensure that our superior safety record is maintained.

general contracting services includes

  • Cost Monitoring and Control
  • Schedule Development and Control
  • Subcontractor Management
  • Material Quality Control
  • Monitoring of Material Installations
  • Acquisition of all Required Permits, Licenses, Inspections, Sign-Offs, and Occupancy Certificates
  • Monitoring and Reporting of all Cost and Inventory Control
  • Change Management
  • Safety Monitoring and Training
  • Coordination with Municipal, Utility, and Service-Provider Agencies
  • Total Quality Control


  • Schematics
  • Site Prep
  • OSHA Requirements
  • Design and Engineering
  • LEED Certification
  • Precise Estimating
  • Scheduling
  • Compliance
  • Carpentry and Finish Carpentry
  • Utility Construction