Construction Consulting Inspections
Construction Consulting Inspections for
Banks, Private Equity Firms, & Loan Monitoring
Minimize some of the risks in construction investment with a commercial construction inspection.
BIS’s lender and private equity firm construction consultants have the experience, knowledge, and background necessary to weigh in on any stage of the construction process, from pre-closing to breaking ground and beyond.
With our construction consulting services, you stay up-to-date on funding, inventory, and more so you can make informed decisions about your investment. Whether you need a construction review, construction loan monitoring, or just want to keep an extra set of eyes on the job site, BIS is one tool that no building project should be without.
Do you have a construction project coming up?
Are you working on one right now?
Why BIS Is Right For You
Outside Expert Perspective On Your Project
Considerable Financial Savings
Decades of Finance Experience
40+ Years Of Experience
Team Of Licensed Engineers
Recognized by ABC, NBC & CBS
75,000+ inspections on more than $6 billion of real estate
Experience From The Caribbean To California
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Your construction inspections are only as good as the expertise behind them.
In the construction industry, there is no such thing as a “minor mistake.” Errors, omissions, or miscalculations at any stage in the process can derail the plans, putting jobs, funds, and even safety at risk.
Simply put: you can’t afford a cheap building inspector.
With more than 40 years of experience, BIS is one of the nation’s largest and most qualified building inspection companies. In addition to completing more than 75,000 inspections, we have also been featured as an expert in County, State, and Federal courts and for various media agencies throughout the country.
BIS is licensed as an inspector, engineer, and general contractor, but choosing to focus solely on inspections allows us to put our knowledge and experience to work in the most helpful way possible: working for you.
You’d never allow your general contractor to erect a building on a badly poured foundation or install wiring that didn’t meet code requirements. Your choice of building inspector is just as important.
If you’re investing in a commercial construction project, contact BIS to have a qualified construction consultant on your side.