Do you do Due Diligence walks?
Yes, we perform due diligence inspections as part of the pre-construction process to assess the condition of your multi-family property before commencing work, ensuring we can meet your vision and budget.
Does CAMP pull permits?
Yes, we understand the proper steps to take to obtain permits for our projects and we undertake them on behalf of our clients to ensure we can complete our work as needed.
Does CAMP handle inspections?
Yes, we handle city inspections, including structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing inspections, as well third party engineering and permit pulled inspections.
Does CAMP handle MEP?
Yes, we handle all aspects of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) as they relate to the design and construction process, an essential element in both planning and performance.
Does CAMP have supervision on site?
Yes, a superintendent will be present at each job site to oversee operations and ensure your project runs smoothly.
Are all CAMP personnel familiar with OSHA rules and regulations?
Yes, our entire team is well-versed in the intricacies of OSHA rules and regulations, particularly as they pertain to safety within the construction industry.
Does CAMP work with its clients' insurance companies?
Yes, we will work with a client’s insurance company if it is allowed.
Does CAMP perform its own estimating?
Yes, CAMP performs its own estimating, which we consider one of the most important components in the construction process.
Is CAMP able to work in multiple cities/states?
Yes, CAMP is licensed to work in a number of states throughout the United States. Reach out to us to let us know where you are located; we’re happy to expand our efforts to meet our customers’ needs.
Is CAMP insured?
Yes, we carry comprehensive insurance coverage as a measure of protection for both clients and ourselves.
Is CAMP a self-performing or general contractor?
CAMP is a general contractor, meaning that we oversee and manage your entire project from start to finish to ensure accuracy and quality.
What types of jobs have you done in the past?
At CAMP, we have experience in multiple types of construction projects, including: reskin, paint, rotten wood, stucco, masonry, window replacement, new construction, fire/flood, disaster relief, metal/wood frame, roofing, TPO, Duralast, conventional, and much more.
Can we overlay an existing substrate?
This depends on the integrity, condition, and kind of substrate. If there is severe damage, an overlay will likely not be recommended. For minor imperfections and cracks, an overlay may be a good choice.
Can we paint metals without being primed?
We generally recommend scraping and spot priming problem areas and/or areas where rust is forming.