Tenant Improvement: Do I Need a Permit?

The answer is almost always: yes, you need a building permit. Permits are the way the city of San Diego regulates construction. This is designed to ensure that all construction in the city is safe – the safety of the occupants of buildings is the primary reason for having construction codes. The city of San Diego […]

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Design-Builder: The Most Effective Project Leadership

Design-builders provide owners with a single point of contact for both the design and construction phases of a project. One entity holds single-source responsibility and contractual risk for every aspect of a build — from pre-construction to architecture, construction and post-construction. This entity manages all contracts with companies, such as subcontractors, equipment vendors and materials […]

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JP Organizational Chart: A Key to Our Success

At JP, we don’t just build buildings; we build a portfolio of skills and experience that will sustain the careers of our team. The work we do is collaborative, but we encourage each member to set big goals for themselves – and we do our best to help them achieve them. Our organizational chart shows […]

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Project Management vs. Construction Management

In the midst of deciding on, and budgeting for, the kind of leadership needed for a commercial real estate project, the question that often arises is: “What is the difference between a project manager and a construction manager?” Real estate project management firms deal in all aspects of the real estate development process from conception to […]

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