When you’re launching a commercial construction project, whether for retail, medical or office use, there’s plenty on the line. You’re balancing your business identity, the space’s durability, quality and accuracy of workmanship, timeline, trust, and cost.
And if you’ve been down this road before, communication—open and prompt communication—is probably high on your list, too.
At Silver Lake Construction, we understand, and have built our business around these priorities. You can rest easy knowing you’ll have an experienced partner with a track record of creating a smooth process, long-term relationships built on respect, and quality workmanship.
Specializing in Interior Renovations & Build Outs
Whether your space is occupied or vacant during commercial construction in or near Raleigh, North Carolina, we’ll work with you to reduce impact on your business while managing the schedule for a streamlined, efficient build (even if that means we work late!).
We hold ourselves and our subcontractors to the highest standards of excellence, regardless of whether we’re helping with a small renovation or a large build-out in the greater Raleigh, North Carolina, area. Best of all, this approach generally results in time and cost-savings that larger commercial general contractors can’t always match. How?
Detailed design coordination and plan review that often catches issues with constructability.
Streamlined sequencing minimizes inspection fails and reduces costly workarounds.
Big-picture thinking keeps us always looking out for ways to prevent waste and excess costs.
We launched our commercial construction company in 2019, bringing 20+ years of commercial building and project management experience, and our passion for delivering quality work, directly to businesses in and around Raleigh, North Carolina.
We love to help business owners realize their dreams, feel respected and valued, and actually enjoy the commercial build process. We’re delighted that many of our clients and partners have become valued friends—and we hope to be able to add you to that wonderful group soon!
Here's how it differs from residential...
If you’re new to commercial construction, you may have some surprises in store: it’s very different from residential construction—and for good reason. Commercial spaces get significantly more use, and many more people count on the facility to be safe and secure.
If a contractor is not experienced with commercial construction, there’s a lot that can go wrong. Yes, commercial construction costs more than residential. But inexperience and DIY options all too often result in, at best, failed inspections and work that needs more frequent touch-ups… and at worst: an increased risk of serious issues in the facility and to potential users. We uphold all commercial standards, for your peace of mind.