We are excited to announce we were featured in a video series by Forbes about small business! We had the honor of working with them to produce two videos.
Expert business consultant Alexandra Levit interviewed us and gave us invaluable business advice. Thank you to CanonUsa for sponsoring the series and to WeWork for recommending us and providing space to film!
Here is the first-
Managing Client Expectations
How To Grow Your Small Business Without Outgrowing Yourself
It was such a great experience being able to share our work process and we hope you enjoy the videos!
As we continue to track the process of construction of our Beacon Hill project, we will start today by sharing with you the gutting and reframing of the existing home. To see our before/after shots of this project for an overview of the work done please click here.
We quickly learned that the existing floors of the home were in disrepair. They were sloped in various directions and it would have been extremely difficult to guarantee proper installation of the elevator. The floors were removed, new joists were installed, and we were off and running.
Excavation required for elevator pit.
One of our recently completed projects is a 6 level 6,000 square ft brick row house located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston. When we initially walked through the house with the development team, we immediately saw its potential as a residence for a growing family.
This existing colonial house in Weston, MA sits on an amazing lot. We were asked to present a design proposal for the Kitchen/Family Room, a possible addition for a Breakfast Room, and explore other ways to increase the level of detail throughout the entire First Floor. Our clients desired a casual yet sophisticated home and felt as if the Kitchen, Family Room, and Screened Porch were an entirely different entity than the rest of the house, which included a Music Room, Living Room, Main Foyer and Library. Sadly, these rooms were not currently being used on an everyday basis.