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  • September 14, 2022

  • Kyle Bobbitt


When you are a  custom Homebuilder the job requires  multifarious and complex planning, coordination maintained amongst the team, and tasks during the whole project procedure. Every job is unique and take persistent efforts and communication  for the ultimate success of the project. Construction management is a professional technique utilized by a Custom Homebuilder. It begins with planning until the completion of construction.

What is a Custom Homebuilder?

A custom homebuilder is a design build firm who is involved in a home’s entire design-and-construction process, all the way from the earliest planning stages to the finishing touches, clean-up, and post-construction work. There is a high degree of interaction when working with custom home builders, as clients are allowed to provide their input, feedback, and suggestions throughout every stage of the project to ensure their custom home is truly personalized to their liking.


Every custom home-building partnership starts differently.

Sometimes, clients will come to the construction firm with a nearly full design laid out that details potential floor plans, interior decorating ideas, and so on. Other times, they might come in with just an idea for what they want, and the firm will help them from there. Sometimes, customers even come in with dozens of Pinterest boards just to show off the general ideas or aesthetics they’re going for!

That’s the inherent beauty of having a partnership with a custom home builder: no matter how you visualize your dream home, you’ll always have a guide with the knowledge, contacts, and resources to ultimately bring it to life.

Key points to keep the focus 

When managing construction, the key points to focus on are:

  • • Examining each job thoroughly with the right way to perform it
  • • Training and Hiring specialists who can perform the job in the most efficient and effective way possible
  • • Monitoring the entire procedure as well as keeping a check on employees and guiding them
  • • Delegating the tasks among employees/ subcontractors so that they will perform the tasks the management team can manage and plan the project


Every project, first and foremost, starts with a notion; whether it is by Kyle Bobbitt LLC or provided by the client, we simply turn the idea into reality. The first stage is conceptualization, where we decides if the notion provided by the client is workable and if it will succeed as is or needs adjustment. During this assessment, the company needs to keep these things in mind:

  • • Project’s objectives
  • • Scope
  • • Budgeting
  • • Schedule
  • • Strategies
  • • Other aspects

These exact same steps should be followed, conducted, and presented in the final plan so that the customer is relieved that the project will be successful

Implementation of the stages

The next stage of the process is planning; in this stage, the business should create procedures, resources, and financial plans. The project planning includes all the tasks to be done, and the larger tasks are broken down into sections and resources allocated for each. In resource planning, you need to calculate exactly how much material, labor, and equipment you will require for the project. In financial planning, you have to estimate all the costs and extra fees in case you encounter sudden costs.

Other records that should be there in this stage are management of the quality plan, risk plan, planning schedule, etc.

After a complete thorough plan is created, this is when the team gathers together where members are delegated tasks and deadlines. After delegation, the management team monitors and controls the project so that the workers follow the plan. During these stages, it is essential to provide your client with reports on the progress and stages of the project. Soon after implementation, the project is completed and handed over to clients with successful results. This shows us the value of construction management and how essential it is.


Construction management is pretty complex, but with the outcome, it is all worth it in the end. A construction business requires the right management team, specialized labor, tools, and budgeting. Keep checking the project, communicating, and keeping your team, stakeholders, and clients in a loop. Communication is most important in any project. Keep following these tasks, and everything will fall in place itself.

Kyle Bobbitt LLC