Will Your Hotel Design-Build Stand Up to South Florida Code? Hint: Hire an Owner’s Rep for Your Project, and It Will

There is so much that can go wrong with a commercial build. Perhaps that’s not the news you wanted to read, but it’s the hard truth when it comes to construction projects.

While the best teams make it all look easy, the reality is one wrong move during planning or construction could put the entire project in jeopardy. When a project’s future depends on the success or failure of a build, there’s simply no room for error.

Ensure Success and Stand Up to Code by Hiring an Owner’s Rep

Getting your hotel project thwarted because it doesn’t adhere to code is not a chance you can take. Not only is time and money lost, but the viability of the hotel’s future also comes into serious question.


As a hotel developer or investor, one of the best steps you can take to ensure project success is to devote time and energy to building the very best team from Day 1. Often that includes hiring an owner’s representative to act on your behalf.


What is an Owner’s Rep?


An owner’s representative is hired to do as the name suggests – represent the owner. Not only do they bring with them extensive construction experience, but they also work on your behalf to ensure that your wishes can be achieved in a way that is compliant with local building codes, your budget, and your timeline.

An owner’s rep advocates for you and your project, but they also know the ins, outs, rules, and regulations of on-the-ground commercial construction requirements local to South Florida.

If you have questions about what an owner’s rep does or how we at Seacoast Construction can help by representing you, please give us a call at 786-433-8740.

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