It starts with a conversation

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Listening to the customer 

Call or visit us to tell us about your property, what you want to build, and how you plan to use it. We’ll walk you through different building options and explain your development’s permitting requirements.

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Providing options

Together, we’ll define exactly what your building needs to be and the features you want included. We’ll discuss all the material and finishings available to you and help you make selections.

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Designing the building  

Then, we’ll get to work designing and engineering your building so it will satisfy building code requirements, endure snow load, and withstand wind shear. You can review the plan and make changes.

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Planning construction

Once you’ve approved the building design, we’ll order all of the materials and schedule your project for construction. We’ll also advise you about what to expect during the construction process.

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Helping with details

At this stage, there will be a number of small things to take care of. There could be site inspections, building permits from your local municipality, and a variety of other dependencies.

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Constructing the building

Rapid construction begins. Your Remuda crew foreman will be available to answer questions. When the building is completed, we’ll ensure the building meets your expectations and our standards.

Building Permits vs Development Permits

A development permit isn’t the same as a building permit. Remuda can help you understand the permit requirements for your area and guide you through the process.  

Development Permit

This allows a specific type of development, on a specific parcel of land in the community, to proceed, while obeying the zoning and development bylaws of the County. Conditions may include: the allowed use of the property, the intensity of that use, building height, building site coverage, setbacks from property lines and other buildings, and parking requirements.

Building Permit

This allows construction of buildings or structures to proceed, on condition of compliance with the Alberta Building Code, which addresses building and fire safety. A building permit is required for the construction, alteration, repair, relocation, demolition, or change of use of a building.