With a focus on the upper end residential market, this boutique design/build firm has demonstrated expertise in historic renovations, ranches, and estate properties. An integrated, multi-disciplinarian process provides clients with a cohesive vision, consistent communications, and effective oversight of all project aspects.
Personal referrals and repeat clients produce the majority of the firm’s business. Without any marketing or advertising, the firm currently has approximately $1.5 million-worth of projects on the books and is having to turn away work due to high demand.
This is an excellent opportunity for an up-and-coming general contractor, interior designer, or other professional in the design/build discipline to step into a reputable, profitable business, take advantage of existing demand, and enter the booming Santa Fe market with an established, prestige position. A strong crew and subcontractor relationships are in place.
The current owner is willing to consider staying on for one to two years to provide design and drafting services. This creates the space for the next owner to take over the client interactions, bidding, and subcontractor management. His proposed salary has already been backed out of the cash flow.
Taking over the client, subcontractor, and project management will increase the studioâ€™s capacity to handle more projects. Other opportunities to grow the business can be discussed upon receipt of an NDA.
This business has a strong referral network and an impressive portfolio of work developed over the last quarter century. The business currently has more work than it can service and is having to turn away projects.
Seller will provide up to three weeks of full-time, on-site training as well as consider ongoing involvement in the business to ensure a seamless hand-off of client and subcontractor relationships.