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We have the passion and the experience to move your conceptual project into reality. When we become a part of your team, we commit our undivided attention to your every need, going beyond what you could ever expect from a construction company.  We understand that your project reflects high creative intelligence and vision, so we make certain to listen carefully to your specifications and details.

 

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A HISTORY OF EXCEEDING CLIENT EXPECTATIONS

As we look to the future, we are pleased to have Johnson-Laux Construction, LLC as a partner for the Authority’s projects. We are grateful for your professional expertise and commitment to our Small Business Programs.

Michelle Tatom, A.A.E., Greater Orlando Aviation Authority

I strongly recommend Johnson-Laux Constructions as the company to use for your construction needs. They are professional, customer service oriented, and very reliable in serving the needs of their customers.

Kenneth C. Cook, Savannah Technical College

The firm is headed by people who value lasting relationships over “bottom line” results. We find this to be a refreshing and rewarding attribute in a general contractor. We look forward to working with them in the future.

Scott A. Lichty, Metro Equity Management, LLC

Your organization is efficient and willing to do whatever was needed to get a particular task finished. Johnson-Laux Construction deserves serious consideration as a potential contractor, and I recommend them highly.

Michael J. Schiappa, Hilton Grand Vacations

Our friendly and proactive staff provide a strong sense of comfort from concept to occupancy. We look forward to building a long-term relationship with you. We have the passion and the experience to move your conceptual project into reality. When we become a part of your team, we commit our undivided attention to your every need, going beyond what you could ever expect from a construction company.

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The 5 tips to get the most out of a joint scope meeting

The Joint Scope Meeting is a standard part of the JOC process but are you getting the most out of these meetings? Here are 5 tips that you can implement to get more out of a Joint Scope Meeting. Provide as much lead time as possible. This allows the contractor to be more prepared when they arrive. This will cut down the number of times the contractor must travel to the jobsite which is to your benefit. Provide as much documentation as possible. This step will allow the contractor to be more prepared when attending the meeting. Ask the contractor for their subs questions about the scope. These people are the experts and may have suggestions that may save time or money. Do not be afraid to take suggestions from the experts. Get to know the contractors. The better your relationship and understanding with the people doing the work the smoother the project will typically go. Set clear expectations. This step is vital to the success of any project. Make sure to communicate any special requests or circumstances. All of these steps are very simple but if put to use will ensure a much smoother process overall. These meetings are meant to take the burden off you and your team and get the project done as quickly and efficiently as possible. The full article can be found...

Q and A with Johnson-Laux Construction, Inc.

Q: I am not familiar with procuring construction services through cooperative purchasing networks. How does that work? A: Government facility managers use cooperative purchasing networks to procure commodities such as toner, pens, paper, printer cartridges, staplers, paper clips, and so on. Using cooperative purchasing for goods is not unusual. So why is it unusual for government agencies to use this process for construction purposes? Two glaring reasons come to my mind: 1. Construction is extremely visible. What I mean is the public is typically very aware of a new building going up in the community, or renovations being done because of the amount of contractors on site. However, when you need more pens, you either pick them up or have them delivered, but it’s not by 10 pieces of equipment; 2. The cost of construction services is significantly more than the other items I mentioned earlier. Q: How can this process benefit me and my department? A: This is one of the most common questions we hear among government facility managers. ezIQC is a process that has been around for several years, but has yet to become the most popular method of procuring construction services. Why is that? Many states have endorsed it for use, and it meets all requirements of a competitive bidding process. Government officials have tough jobs and they are very good at them, but they are very scrutinized by the very nature of the role they are in. They may all like new innovative ideas that could make their job easier, but actually implementing these ideas can sometimes take an act of Congress (no pun...

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