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Help me to find a proficient contractor

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by Samuel, Mar 19, 2009.

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    Samuel New Member

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    I have bought an old building and I wish to renovate it so that it can be used for commercial offices. I am in the process of locating and hiring a contractor for the overall renovation work. Any suggestions where can I find a reputable contractors? Thanks in advance
     
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    How big is the building and where is it? I can’t really recommend anyone if I don’t know what type of project your going to undertake or where, but I would recommend going to Profiles of Local Contractors and Home Improvement Specialists - jobtrio.com the site is a median that helps consumers find contractors, there are thousands of contractors listed on the site so you should be able to find the right contractor for your specific project.
     
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    Zanaki JF-Expert Member

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    try this company SAMCAT CO LTD, 0773 113 545.Talk to a guy called Sanga,he is the owner
     
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    bg_dg_dy JF-Expert Member

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    Yeah ofcourse i also recommend SAMCAT they are good at alterations, fit outs and renovations. the guy named Sanga he's office is at oysterbay off haile selasie road, nearby Q bar.
     
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    Samuel, umesahau kutuambia umenunua jengo nchi/mji gani maana recommendations zita differ.
     
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    hansykronze Member

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    I have bought an old building and I wish to renovate it so that it can be used for commercial offices. I am in the process of locating and hiring a contractor for the overall renovation work.
     
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    Ndahani JF-Expert Member

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    It is easier for the contractor to do renovation of the building if there is no some interior works which might require an architect/building consultant. I think if the building was not meant for offices, here and there it might require an architect/building consultant to come up with guidelines to enable contractor to work. This option might add more cost to the project but could be a good professional approach
     
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