The Value of a Trusted Construction Partner
Based on a 2018 study published by Forbes/Statista, building contractors were among the top 10 of America’s least trusted professions. Topping that list were members of congress, car salespeople, journalists, lawyers, bankers and real estate agents.
A lack of trust in the construction business is caused primarily by unscrupulous bidding practices, poor workmanship, and a failure to complete contracted projects within the timelines and budgets agreed upon by stakeholders. Don’t let this happen to you.
With so many crooked construction firms and subcontractors operating across the nation, it really pays to vet your construction partner with the utmost diligence. Dig deep. Look at their history. Take a close look at their past and present clients. Review their technical capabilities and the types of projects they have successfully delivered. You can also learn a lot about a prospective construction partner by their professional affiliations.
Regardless of the size and scope of your construction project, the value of knowing who you partner with is twofold: You will have greater peace of mind throughout your project; and you could save thousands of dollars in cost overruns or even legal fees.
According to KR Wolfe president, Rachel Wolfe, “We have worked tirelessly throughout our history to build a reputation for integrity transparency, and trust. In fact, we have made trust an integral part of our corporate QUEST, which stands for Quality, Understanding and caring, Exceptional Service, and Trust and integrity. Unlike so many other firms, where such values are merely smoke screens and empty promises, we live and breathe these values every day—on every job site, and at every level of our organization.” To hear more about KR Wolfe’s culture centered around these values, listen to our podcast here.
Consistently following through on stellar customer service continues to secure KR Wolfe a steady stream of construction contracts from high-profile organizations in healthcare, technology, transportation, education, as well as the federal government.
Partial List of Past Valued Client Partners
KR Wolfe believes that healthcare construction firms should be held to a higher standard. The firm’s technicians are manufacturer-certified to install and fully integrate operating room equipment. KR Wolfe technicians are also OSHA certified and trained in Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) protocols. The company has delivered turn-key construction and/or capital equipment installations for these and many other healthcare facilities:
- Mayo Clinic
- Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Kaiser Permanente Construction & Facilities Management
- Massachusetts General Hospital
- Rady Children’s Hospital
- Palomar Health
- UC Davis Medical Center
In addition to high profile clients in the healthcare space, KR Wolfe has deep experience executing complex systems installations/integrations in technology, regional transportation hubs and the federal government. Below are just a few of the organizations that have put their trust in the Wolfe Pack.
- Juniper Networks
- Los Angeles International Airport
- San Diego International Airport
- S. Small Business Administration
- S. General Services Administration (GSA) a federal government agency
KR Wolfe has been qualified through the U.S. General Services Administration and holds a Facilities Maintenance and Management 03 FAC contract with the federal government specific to Smart Building Installation and Integration Services. The firm is an SBA registered corporation — approved for Government contracting through the SBA, and a Certified Green Professional Organization with a Masters Certification in Renewable Energy.
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