Tips for Managing an Office Buildout on a Budget

The Los Angeles area is currently a magnetic hub for thriving companies. Most companies, whether they’re a startup or a well-established entity, want much of the same thing from an office space. They want a space that reflects their brand and company culture. They want to impress clients. They want to keep their workers upbeat, […]

3 Important Things to Consider for Your Retail Build Out or Renovation

There’s more to a successful retail store than the cha-ching of a cash register. In this blog post, H.W. Holmes, Inc. – a commercial construction company specializing in retail buildout and remodels in the Los Angeles area – look at a few ways retail stores can update their feel, enhance the experience of their customer, […]

4 Office Remodel Scheduling Killers

If you’re thinking it’s time to remodel your office, you need those renovations to be as non-disruptive to your day-to-day business operations as possible. Delays hurt your bottom line and add costs to your budget. While some problems can never be anticipated or predicted, being prepared for a few common causes for project delays will […]

Several Factors that Influence the Cost of Office Renovations

Office renovations are a sound business move. Updating a workspace can have a profound influence on how both employees and clients perceive your business. But how much does such an undertaking cost? In this blog post, H.W. Holmes, Inc. – a Los Angeles area commercial construction contractor specializing in office remodels – looks at several […]

How To Get More From a Tenant Improvement Allowance

Congratulations. You’ve signed a lease. The landlord has given you a Tenant Improvement Allowance and they’ve even agreed to handle every detail of the building out of your new space. Sounds great, right? Perhaps. Here are a few ways to ensure you’re getting the most from your Tenant Improvement Allowance.

Make Sure All Work Is […]

Why a Landlord’s Financial Position Matters More Than You Thought

During lease negotiations, a landlord will ask the tenant to present financial statements. This is done to ensure the tenant has the resources to carry out lease obligations. In fact, the review and approval of a tenant’s financials are contingencies in most letter of intent forms. This covers their rear end. Why not cover yours? […]

Tenant Improvement Design Trends Driven By Hyper-Competitive Businesses

Hyper competitive businesses today are all about the guest experience. Not surprisingly, this is reflected in some current design trends for commercial tenant improvements in Los Angeles, Ventura, and throughout Southern California. In this blog post, H.W. Holmes, Inc. – tenant improvement contractors in Camarillo, CA – look at some current design trends being incorporated […]

Is Your Building Reconstruction In Accordance With Current Codes?

A building reconstruction that isn’t compliant with current codes can costs you significant time and money. H.W. Holmes, Inc. – a commercial construction contractor in Camarillo, CA – looks at how hiring a commercial contractor unfamiliar with current codes can… well, let just say it… Bite you in the ass.

Very seldom are commercial general contractors […]

Six Tips for a Successful Restaurant Renovation or Remodel

Restaurant renovations or redesigns make old establishments fresh and new again. In this blog post, H.W. Holmes, Inc. – a Camarillo, CA-based commercial construction company specializing in restaurant construction and renovations – offers six tips for a successful restaurant renovation or redesign.

Need to bring new life to a tired establishment? When done right, restaurant renovations, […]

When Is a Tenant Interior Buildout Necessary?

Contractors use a lot of commercial construction-specific terminology when talking to landlords and tenants. Language that makes complete sense to architects and builders but confuses anyone outside of the industry. Especially first-timers who haven’t dealt with construction for tenant or leasehold improvements before. “Interior build-out” is one of those terms. In this blog post, H.W. […]

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