Factors To Consider Before Constructing

Factors To Consider Before Constructing

Looking for some guidance on how to proceed with your next project and what to keep in mind? Don't worry; this article will assist in laying some of the foundation. Planning is sometimes just as critical as execution in the construction industry. Discover factors to consider when making a thorough and detailed plan for your construction project.

Factors to consider before you begin construction 

  1. Have a clear, detailed, and timely plan. 

“If you don't prepare, you plan to fail,” as the saying goes. This is true in every area of life, and your next possible construction project is no exception.


Before you go out looking for a "quote" for your project, make sure you have enough knowledge about the project's specifics. We suggest deferring having quotes before you've finalized your project's scope of work. Any quotes you receive without proper information are likely to be unsubstantiated and misleading.


A well-thought-out strategy is half the battle won. The success of your construction project management plan will be determined by how well the employees complete each stage of the project on time. Your employees can get enough rest and stay productive if you have a successful plan in place. Otherwise, productivity dips will not only lead employees to overwork, but they will also cause the project to miss its deadline.

  1. Set the budget according to capacity. 

Obtaining financing for a project, however, is becoming increasingly difficult. Before you start getting quotes on the project and starting work, make sure you have your finances in order.If you have pre-approval for your project's finances, you are more likely to be taken seriously and given credible quotes. No one wants to "waste their time," as the saying goes.


When it comes to building projects, the term "budget" is often considered taboo. However, being open and frank about your budget during the design stage of the project will help you avoid potential disappointments. Too often, people start planning or even building their project without first obtaining a precise construction cost estimate.

  1. Make sure that your people are available. 

No job can be performed without manpower. It's important to provide enough manpower to last the duration of the construction project. Another choice is to use technology to help you streamline your operations. Physical labor should be replaced with smart alternatives such as prefabricated parts and automated processes during the streamlining phase, reducing the need for manpower.

  1. Do not rely for other people’s information. 

First and foremost, you should always do your own studies. Knowledge is now readily accessible and is always only a search away, unlike in the past where there was no internet. While this isn't to suggest that the internet can always give you the "correct" information; you'll need to double-check your sources, it's a good place to start.

  1. Choose the right construction firm.  

It can be challenging to choose the correct Builder. For the most part, people select their Builder based on recommendations. However, before you get started, think about the following: Visit their new construction jobsite to learn about the company's past, project perspectives, and the quality of previous projects completed.


We cannot emphasize enough how critical it is to have an architect on board to assist with the design of your project. We are convinced that it is well worth the investment. A well-designed project would not only help to increase the property's value, but it will also help to enhance the building's user experience.


KMR Construction has been in the construction industry for more than a decade. Founded in 1986, they have witnessed generations to generations of South Florida’s landscape. KMR stands by cost-effective practices utilizing old and new strategies. As part of the old generation, they are open to new innovations that will bring value to the business. 


KMR Construction adheres to transparency, integrity, and diligence to its customers. The standards of the business always stick fit to the needs of the clients applying technical skills to achieve high-quality construction. 


Kevin Rafferty sits as KMR’s president and general contractor. He is a South Florida native and his interest in construction started as early as he was a child. His first few work experiences were under John Kurzman’s wing wherein he started as a carpenter until he progressed to the lead foreman. His interest grew further that he took construction in college. 


Upon generating his contractor license, Kevin worker for Stan Baumann until he formed his own company. He earned the name “The Fireman” for his unique ability to provide out-of-the-box solutions in a timely and innovative manner. 


Alongside Kevin, he also has a team of executives such as Kyle Rafferty, the Owner’s Executive, Michael Rafferty, the Chief Operations Officer, Willie Ornelas, Vice President of Construction. Cesar Ruiz, Project Manager Windows and Door Division, and Jasmin Mazzarese and Sue O’Brien, the Construction Administrators. 


KMR offers the following services: 

  • Commercial services 

  1. Construction services 

The inclusions of their construction services are a complete range of planning, designing, estimating, value engineering, budgeting, and project scheduling. 

  1. Construction management 

Construction management covers the organization of the construction operations, the conceptualization of the construction, obtaining business permits, evaluation of bidding proposals, on-site inspections, and more. 

  1. New construction

KMR offers a full-scope of design and construction with new constructions. The process will be walking through the design phase, establishing the concept, bringing it to paper, and working with architects to bring it to life.


KMR Construction offers construction and residential services to the state of South Florida. For more information and inquiries about their services, you may visit their website or contact them at 954-342-3400. You can also send a message through their contact form or email. KMR Construction operates in 10424 W. State Road 84, STE 10 Davie, Florida 33324 from Mondays to Friday starting at 8 AM to 5 PM.