Developing a Complete Set of Plans
Who’s who in Homebuilding?
BUILDER OF GENERAL CONTRACTOR
The buck stops with him or her in construction projects. The GC secures bids for all work and materials: hires, coordinate and oversees subcontractors, files for permits and arranges for inspections, and generally makes the final decisions in all construction-related matters.
One or more local officials who oversees and regulate every phase of residential construction.
The general contractor’s right hand man. Owner-builders should consider hiring a qualified manager to help plan organize.
That’s you. An individual or family who finances and manages a homebuilding project with the intention of retaining ownership and residing in the home after completion.
A specialist who undertakes responsibility for one phase or trade within the project and reports to the general contractor. In a typical homebuilding project subcontractors generally include: an excavation contractor who digs foundations and grades the site, masonry contractor who handles all concrete, block, brickwork and paving, a framing contractor, a roofing contractor, a heating, a plumbing, an electrical , drywall installers, finish carpenters.