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Learn how your construction project could bolster the local community in this article from Proforma Construction


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When you begin your commercial construction in the Bay Area, you may only be thinking about how your company will benefit.  However, what you might not realize is that your project can actually benefit the entire community.  While it’s true that construction can be noisy, distracting, or an inconvenience, the end result of a project can change the landscape of the local community forever.  Here are some of the ways that new construction can bolster the community.

Increasing Business Opportunities

During a construction project, local businesses often see a boost in sales from the members of the building team who have been brought to the area.  Generally, businesses that are in the food service, hospitality, gas, and convenience industries experience increased sales.  Additionally, local companies are often leveraged for various aspects of the construction project such as those that sell hardware, flooring, paint, etc.

Serving Communities

Oftentimes, completed construction projects offer vital services to the community.  For instance, this is especially true for projects that build new schools, hospitals, apartment complexes, recreation centers, and so on.  Not only can these new construction projects assist the current residents of a community, but they may even attract new residents to the area.

Boosting the Local Economy

Generally, new construction projects aid the local economy.  New industries mean new job opportunities, access to a wider variety of goods and services, and an influx of new money into the local economy.  When you look at new commercial construction as a means of injecting revenue and fresh ideas into the local community, you can see just how valuable these projects can be.

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