Larson & Larson uses two different approaches, a relationship based approach and competitive bid approach, to build relationships with loyal customers and develop work with a low cost procurement process. The main difference between them is the type of relationship a construction owner has with a contractor and the amount of risk a user is willing to endure during the process.
This approach is based around customer relationships and is built on mutual success and trust that will withstand the test of time. Customer loyalty brings our company a lot of success. We build relationships through direct, honest communication with our clients.
The competitive bid approach is used to develop work. This approach adds the component of risk assessment and judgment to the selection of a low-cost procurement process. Larson & Larson possesses the ability and track record to be competitive in the bid market. Financial capacity in the form of performance and payment bonds are used as guarantees to ensure the completion of a project.
With both approaches, we use our project leadership skills to reflect our company mission. By serving the needs of others, we believe that Larson & Larson embodies a positive leadership style within the company and with our clients. Larson & Larson has strong relationships with professionals in the specialty contractor community who have the ability to help us meet the needs and expectations of our loyal clients.