It all starts with an idea. then property has to be purchased and then a building or facility has to be designed, and then a purchasing department will send out requests for bids. Once the bids are in, a commercial construction company is chosen.
Many large manufacturers will come to rely on certain construction companies to do their building. Over time trust is built because of several factors. Staying within budget with few or no revisions to the cost, meeting time estimates, and meeting all criteria set in the contract.
The cost of running a business will include expenses incurred by the business site itself. Building materials such as lumber, cement, paint are direct expenses. Salaries will have to be paid, and on site rentals such as office space will be considered.
In the office there will be the indirect expenses of salaries, advertising, office rental or payments, licenses, permits, legal, and accounting.
Consider any materials taken from inventory. Things like nails, and lumber are a few things that need to be considered in overall cost of operation.
A good accountant will walk your through all anticipated expenditures.
Invest well in the foundation of your commercial construction business for success.