What is Rollout Construction?

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November 30, 2022
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Your brand needs to be able to keep up with the latest trends and communicate to customers that you’re consistent and growing. Making this happen across multiple locations can be difficult. That’s where we come in. 

Rollout construction is the perfect option when you need to make changes to multiple locations at once. These changes can range from painting and flooring to an entire re-design of sections in your store. In today’s environment, brand consistency is important; making rollout construction even more important. Here are some things you should know when choosing a rollout construction company for your next project.

Choosing a Rollout Construction Company

One of the most important things about rollout construction is that it needs to happen quickly and precisely. Most likely, your business will not close down during the rollout. This means you need an experienced and dedicated commercial construction company with an eye for detail. You will need a company with enough manpower to roll out your design at all of your locations in a short amount of time. 

When looking for the right company to handle your next project, ask around for referrals from other business owners in your area. They’ll have direct, hands-on experience with companies they’ve worked with. A positive referral is a great way to begin finding a quality commercial construction company. Take a look at the company’s website as well. They should have a list of businesses they worked with in the past. The type and size of brands the company worked with previously can also give you an idea of the quality of their work. 

Safety is a Must

It’s important to remember that one of the most difficult parts of rollout construction is the fact that your business remains open. Customers will be in or around the construction area throughout the process. Safety should be a primary concern for any quality commercial construction company. Ask your prospective rollout partner about their safety record. Ask questions like:

  • Can you provide documentation of your safety record?
  • What are your injury prevention guidelines?
  • How will you ensure safety on my job site?
  • Do you have specific references that can verify your safety claims?

Make sure the commercial construction company is comfortable answering these questions. The company you choose shouldn’t have any safety issues to hide. Asking for transparency right off the bat is crucial. 

Communication is Key

When working on multi-site projects, it’s essential to find a commercial construction company that communicates well. Make sure you get a specific point of contact. You’ll want to be aware of what’s going on at all of your sites and be able to easily reach the company if you have questions. You’ll be spending a lot of time working together, so you need to be on the same page. You don’t want to be in the middle of a rollout construction project and not be able to track down the company you hired. If you feel like you are needing to micromanage this process due to a sense of disorganization, then most likely, you’re not getting the service you’ve paid for or deserve. 

A construction company that communicates well will pick up the phone when you call. They’ll respond quickly to your emails and even show up on-site to check in with you and their team. You deserve open and frequent communication with your construction team and to feel like you’re more than just another project. 

The Diamond Standard

At Diamond Contractors, our Diamond Standard isn’t just about the polished end result. It’s about delivering the highest quality experience to you every step of the way. Customer service is the cornerstone of our business, and our project management team is trained to put you first. Our highly skilled teams replicate your rollout project without cutting a single corner. It’s why companies like CVS Health, Mattress Firm, and Bed Bath & Beyond come to us when they’re ready for a rollout. With over 27 years of experience, we’re ready to provide you with an accurate quote for your next project.


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