Guiding Principles

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The True Meaning of Value

In construction, value is not measured by cost alone. Factors that effect a projects value include:

  • Experience  

  • Craftsmanship

  • Quality of materials

  • Time required to complete a project

  • Customer service

It will always be true “you get what you pay for”.  Cutting corners, selecting cheap material and hiring inexperienced contractors will always cost more in the long run.

At DRC, our interpretation of Value is more than just cost, it is providing true value by delivering a complete product, on time, with quality materials and craftsmanship.

Plan Check
The Dreaded Change Order  

There is nothing more frustrating than being hit with additional costs once a project is underway. Many in our industry are notorious for “overlooking” various aspects of the job in order to get in the door. 


That is not how we do business.


Our bid process is simple, everything upfront.  


Obviously there are certain projects that will have unforeseeable obstacles, but if we miss something that is on the plans, that is our fault, not yours.  Nobody hates change orders more than we do!

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Pride in the Project

“Get it done right . . . . the first time” is more than just our mantra, it is how we build. 

We will not do a job we can not do right.  The quality of our work is our number one priority.

Henry Ford said it best --

"Quality means doing it right when no one is looking"

All too often we have seen the effects of poor craftsmanship.  Whether in the interest of saving money or time, cutting corners for any reason can cost you more than just money, it can lead to early failure of materials and work.  We strive to be the ones set the bar for others.