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The Process


Phase 1:

  • Complimentary initial consultation and preliminary planning assistance

  • When appropriate, establish a pre-construction service agreement

  • Site analysis-feasibility

  • Project scope, definition, and budget forecasting

  • Designer/Architect selection


Phase 2:

  • Facilitate architectural design process

  • Facilitate interior design and product/finish selection

  • Preliminary design/cost analysis – checkpoint value engineering as required

  • Initiate permit process

  • Preliminary project schedule

  • Final qualified estimate


Phase 3:

  • Dedicated Project manager

  • Monthly cost of work billings and budget reconciliation

  • Regular owner/builder site meetings

  • Regular schedule up-dates

  • Project Punch List

  • Project close out/warranty/home care manager

Our New Home Process

We’ve been in the construction business for over 40 years and along the way, developed streamlined processes to ensure project efficiency, value, and satisfaction.

Our Renovation Process

Remodeling can be disrupting, but we take systematic steps to make it less so. The Yonkman team will work together with you to set the stage for your next phase of living.


Our design build processes were created to maintain transparency in all planning, budgeting and construction matters. This means that before we begin your remodel, you’ll have a qualified and professional estimate on cost and timeframe. 


The time tested, step by step process noted below ensures a coordinated, effective path for planning, budgeting and remodeling your home or office.

"Yonkman Construction built a beautiful dream house for LeeAnn and I.  What attracted us initially was the reputation of the company and personal interview with Scott.  Being 1000 miles away, we needed a contractor who would provide the personal touch we could not during the building process.  What we found out was the company is defined by integrity from Scott to the sub-contractors hired.  We are superbly satisfied with the results and made lifelong friends in the process."
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