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ATV Episode 14: What Does It Mean to Have an In-House Design Team?

Posted July 9, 2018

Why is having an in-house design team valuable? In the latest episode of ATV, Amsted President Steve Barkhouse shares the answer.

The benefit of design build is that it integrates every step of the home improvement process. From design through construction, the entire team operates under one roof, collaborating with each other and the homeowner every step of the way.

With your design team in house, we can offer a seamless process that includes overlaps between design and construction phases. Not only does this enhance creativity and design, it also ensures that we create designs that fit your budget.

An in-house design team also means that even though construction has started, changes can be made. Our designers are right there, and they can make the changes and get the drawings out to the site without holding up construction.

Award-winning designs require award-winning people. Our full-time in-house team is comprised of the most highly skilled and recognized designers in the business, who are on the cutting edge of building practices and techniques, including LEED certification (LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, an industry-recognized rating system for green homes and other buildings).

Every member of our team shares a commitment to customer satisfaction, ensuring that your project is completed to the highest standards — both yours and ours.

So, come and meet our in-house team!

Next time: The benefits of a dedicated service department

Watch previous episodes in this series:

Welcome to Amsted TV

What is design-build and why is it important?

Our proven process for a successful renovation

Step 1 of our proven process – getting acquainted

Step 2 of our proven process – planning for success

Step 3 of our proven process – creating the design

Step 4 of our proven process – details, details, details

Step 5 of our proven process – off to work we go

Step 6 of our proven process – enjoying your newly renovated space

Personalizing your service

The job showing meeting

Preconstruction meeting

Meet the team: Project Co-ordinator vs. Project Manager