Devcon savors the Project Closeout process at the end of each construction job. Evaluating and documenting the project provides valuable information for the future, and the need to do so ensures a smooth path to final acceptance and final payment. Our project management teams remain intact until the punch list and move-in are complete, the “as built” documentation is done, and the site has been cleared and cleaned.
We value our client relationships and want the end of the project to be just as satisfying and exciting as the initial planning and design stages because we know that final impressions often have the largest and longest impact. After all, the people who occupy the facilities we have constructed or improved have no contact with the 98% of the work hidden in the walls or under the floor, but daily contact with the 2% of the work we did at the very end.