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Contracting


Custom Construction

 


Thank you for your interest in E. Phillips Contracting. Please have a browse through our website to get feel about who we are and what we do.  If you have questions or want more information, please contact me, Evan Phillips.  I am present on all my projects and available for all my customers.  Thank you, enjoy.      

 

 

 

 

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Contracting


Custom Construction

 


Thank you for your interest in E. Phillips Contracting. Please have a browse through our website to get feel about who we are and what we do.  If you have questions or want more information, please contact me, Evan Phillips.  I am present on all my projects and available for all my customers.  Thank you, enjoy.      

 

 

 

 

 
 
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Craftsmanship


 

There's a Craftsman in each of us

I look for the craftsman in each person I hire.  It's the caring that sets them apart from others and it's the willingness to do it right that drives them to success.  

I can see a craftsman's work from a mile away. They care. Craftsman practise their art rather than simply showing up to work and banging out another day.  They are proud of their work and are willing to go back and fix things that aren't to their standard. And unfortunately  they are a dying breed. 

Craftsmanship is squeezed from today's building process by obese cost and time objectives our projects must often follow. Our fast pace world can't imagine waiting for quality, but instead has trained us to embrace and even demand an unquenchable thirst of immediate satisfaction. We are told by our friends, neighbours and consultants alike how things can be done for less time and less money. Cheaper reproductions of craftsman's work available at a moments notice.  All the while the Craftsman is forced to pack up his tools and move out of the way of progress.

We care about you and we care about our work

We build with you in mind...

I speak to clients about the goals for their project at the earliest possible stages of planning and design.  I want to understand what has brought them to embark on the journey of building so that these goals can help guide our daily decisions and provide a reference to help ground ourselves when faced with options. 

 

Craftsmanship


 

There's a Craftsman in each of us

I look for the craftsman in each person I hire.  It's the caring that sets them apart from others and it's the willingness to do it right that drives them to success.  

I can see a craftsman's work from a mile away. They care. Craftsman practise their art rather than simply showing up to work and banging out another day.  They are proud of their work and are willing to go back and fix things that aren't to their standard. And unfortunately  they are a dying breed. 

Craftsmanship is squeezed from today's building process by obese cost and time objectives our projects must often follow. Our fast pace world can't imagine waiting for quality, but instead has trained us to embrace and even demand an unquenchable thirst of immediate satisfaction. We are told by our friends, neighbours and consultants alike how things can be done for less time and less money. Cheaper reproductions of craftsman's work available at a moments notice.  All the while the Craftsman is forced to pack up his tools and move out of the way of progress.

We care about you and we care about our work

We build with you in mind...

I speak to clients about the goals for their project at the earliest possible stages of planning and design.  I want to understand what has brought them to embark on the journey of building so that these goals can help guide our daily decisions and provide a reference to help ground ourselves when faced with options. 

 

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Attention to detail


Attention to Detail

The smallest of details often have at the greatest of impacts.  The willingness to see detail through to the end takes extraordinary effort and patience.  It also requires a great deal of communication.

I work with trades who are willing to go the extra mile and who are concerned with achieving better results. This is very much a team effort. From the development of the design through to the installation of materials, the process of managing the smallest of details must be the first priority.         

 

Attention to detail


Attention to Detail

The smallest of details often have at the greatest of impacts.  The willingness to see detail through to the end takes extraordinary effort and patience.  It also requires a great deal of communication.

I work with trades who are willing to go the extra mile and who are concerned with achieving better results. This is very much a team effort. From the development of the design through to the installation of materials, the process of managing the smallest of details must be the first priority.