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Project Management: A game changer when Remodeling or Building in Lost Creek, Austin

Updated: Nov 7, 2022

Lost Creek is widely recognized as one of the most well-established neighborhoods in Westlake, Austin; it is widely recognized for its traditional/ mid-century architectural styles.

When you're building a custom home or remodeling in the Lost Creek neighborhood, you want the best—and you want it done right.

Luckily, there are some things you can do to ensure that your new home is built with care and quality materials. First and foremost: hire not only a good architect and/or interior designer but also a good contractor. It’s easier said than done. There are some contractors who provide the lowest bid just to get the job, and then charge additional fees when they start the work. A good way to assess a potential partner in your Austin new construction project is by asking about their project management piece.

When it comes to hiring the best Austin interior designer, most people think of hiring a designer who specializes in residential spaces and beautiful furnishes. However, we would recommend hiring an interior designer who is also a strong project manager. It will save you a lot of time, headaches, and stress. If your designer is not familiar with managing an Austin remodel/new build project, be prepared to spend a lot of time communicating with the contractor, architect, and all parties involved in the project. You will be the one problem-solving issues and spend a lot of time overseeing the contractor’s work.

Davinci Interiors who offers not only bespoke design, but we also ensure that every element of the project is:

• Planed – planning out each step of the process so that everyone is aware of their role and how it fits in with other projects going on at the same time

• Costed – making sure that budgets are kept under control throughout every stage of development

• Communicated – making sure that all stakeholders are kept informed about what's happening on site and when it's scheduled to happen

• Reviewed – checking plans before they're implemented so that any potential issues can be resolved ahead of time

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