Do you own properties that tenants are currently leasing? Renovating occupied properties can be difficult for tenants and owners and it becomes even more challenging when the property has multiple leased spaces. E.K. Bailey has extensive experience in renovating office space, retail, and medical projects. Our skilled subcontractors and craftsman are known for completing construction projects quickly and reliably to ensure the least amount of inconvenience for you and your tenants.
Tenant Finishes can significantly increase the value of a building. Increasing the value can both help a business look better and provide an increased value of assets for the landlord. Unfortunately, making improvements while a company is performing its regular functions can be rather difficult. Every building will likely have different hours during which tenant improvements can be made. A capable contractor can help minimize the disruption to your company and its operations.
A Professional Service
A professional construction service can minimize the overall disruption to your business. We are capable of performing construction services quickly and effectively. When you obtain tenant finishes from E.K. Bailey, you can rest assured that they will be completed to meet all of your expectations. Additionally, an experienced service will be able to handle communication across multiple parties. We know how to communicate with both parties to ensure that everyone is happy with the outcome. Tenants and landlords alike will be pleased with the results when they work with E.K. Bailey.
Tenant finishes can significantly increase the overall value of a building. Regular maintenance is necessary for every building. These improvements can help a building last longer and maintain a higher value. Our services can ensure that each party is pleased with the final result. To learn more about our tenant improvement construction services, contact us at E.K. Bailey in Utah today!
Lone Peak Hospital
Project Description: Tenant Improvement
Project Size: 80,000
Project Location: Draper, Utah