Word From The President

Thank you! This year Evans Building Company celebrates 60 years in business. Without your continued support and business, we wouldn’t be where we are as a company today. 2022 has started out with a bang. Our clients have kept us busy with helping them build their projects. We, along with our subcontractors, suppliers, and vendors, continue to have material shortages but find alternate materials for projects. The rising cost of fuel will also have an impact on the supply chain.

As a long-standing builder, we are aware of these challenges. Collaboration and communication are even more important in today’s marketplace for project teams than ever before. While we keep the building owner well-informed each step of the way, we are diligently implementing all the details of the project behind the scenes. When collaboration is strong, team members pool their resources and knowledge and prioritize shared goals determined by the budget and schedule.

The benefits of collaboration include fewer changes and rework, higher likelihood of meeting the schedule, and fewer wasted materials, just to name a few. Building trust is vital in any collaboration. As a team we define clear roles and responsibilities while prioritizing high-quality, consistent communication.

Evans Building Company works closely with our subcontractors during the preconstruction phase of the project, so we know when we need to order materials and any issues that may arise from their scope of work. Because of our established relationships with subcontractors, vendors, and suppliers, they communicate frequently to keep us abreast of any issues or delays. Communication is the most important component of a successfully completed project, both internally and with our clients.

Our team can help you with your new construction, addition, or remodel project through our design-build approach. Contact us today and we’d be happy to set up a meeting to discuss your next project.Thank you for your business. We appreciate you.

Bill Johnson

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