Where it is beneficial and adds value to a project, Horus Construction self-performs several categories of construction using its own labor forces to accomplish portions of the project, such as metal framing, carpentry, and concrete work.
Horus' self-perforn work is contracted based on the cost of the work, plus mark-up, or a bid may be submitted to perform the work. Competitive bids may also be solicited by Horus for the work from other local builders, as subcontractors.
Horus will only self-perform work if it is in the best interest of the owner, and of the project. In self-performing work such as structural and architectural concrete, framing, and general labor, the project can achieve significant savings. It also allows Horus to control the work, the quality of the work, and to remain open to changes, when necessary.
Self performance keeps the project on schedule.
Self performance drives quality.
Self performance utilizes Horus' workforce.
Self performance promotes Horus' standard of excellence.