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Current Construction

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Current Construction

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 18 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i

Ruth M.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

1 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they're very honest. They also value their clients so they give them an honest option and the truth, so you're able to trust them because they're not just giving you BS.

I think they were easy to work with because of their personalities, but you also got a really good final project.

Tara M.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

2 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say that they're knowledgeable and pretty accurate with estimates. I shopped around and they've been the most efficient and skilled with their answers, so for me that's been really valuable.

Honestly, I felt like the space was interesting. I think most of the time people talk a good game, but they're not being honest and transparent with the client, so their transparency, coupled with their skilled labor, and information, for me, was the most satisfying.

Janessa S.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

3 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I feel like they are dependable and trustworthy. They're friendly, easy to work with, they're timely, and I felt like it was also really fair on cost.

The personal relationship a lot of time working with contractors can be frustrating and drawn out, but they were friendly, timely, upfront, and efficient.

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Current Construction provides a wide range of construction services for residential and commercial clients throughout the Greater Bay Area. In addition to remodeling kitchens and bathrooms, building room additions, and working on new construction projects, the company has the in-house capabilities to handle specialized aspects of the construction process like soft story retrofit, seismic retrofitting, foundation framing and more.

CFO Colm Higgins says much of Current Construction’s success can be attributed to its personalized, hands-on approach to the remodeling process. “We love interacting with our clients to bring their ideas to life by the best means possible. Our ultimate goal is to deliver high-end finished products that leave them with a total sense of pride in their living spaces.”

Current Construction prioritizes continuous improvement in every aspect of its operations, from its customer service to the way it communicates with clients. “Communication is crucial in this industry, so our ability to stay in touch really sets us apart,” says Mr. Higgins. “Whether it’s budgetary concerns or sensitivity to neighbors, we listen to each client’s needs and come up with a plan based on those requirements.”

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Service AREA

Serving the Greater Bay Area

SERVICES PERFORMED

Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling
New Construction
Additions
Framing
Foundations
Soft Story Retrofit
Seismic Retrofitting

DIAMOND CERTIFIED RESEARCHED ARTICLES ON Current Construction

A recent commercial remodeling project by Current Construction

Company Profile

Current Construction provides a wide range of construction services for residential and commercial clients throughout the Greater Bay Area. In addition to remodeling kitchens and bathrooms, building room additions, and working on new construction projects, the company has the in-house capabilities to handle specialized aspects of the construction process like soft story retrofit, seismic retrofitting, foundation framing and more.

CFO Colm Higgins says much of Current Construction’s success can be attributed to its personalized, hands-on approach to the remodeling process. “We love interacting with our clients to bring their ideas to life by the best means possible. Our ultimate goal is to deliver high-end finished products that leave them with a total sense of pride in their living spaces.”

Current Construction prioritizes continuous improvement in every aspect of its operations, from its customer service to the way it communicates with clients. “Communication is crucial in this industry, so our ability to stay in touch really sets us apart,” says Mr. Higgins. “Whether it’s budgetary concerns or sensitivity to neighbors, we listen to each client’s needs and come up with a plan based on those requirements.”

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Company Philosophy

“We pride ourselves on our honesty, integrity, transparency and communication—through those four aspects, we’re able to build trust and understanding with our clients. Their satisfaction is very important to us, so we treat them the way we’d expect to be treated and work on their homes as if they were our own.”

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Comparative Summary

Maintaining customer satisfaction is a crucial aspect of any business, but it’s even more important for construction firms that have earned the prestigious Diamond Certified award. For Current Construction, keeping customers satisfied comes down to one key principle: completing every project to the highest possible standard, on time and within budget. “Customer satisfaction is at the center of everything we do, and it’s the absolute goal we set for each project,” affirms CEO David Breslin. “It’s not only an indication of a job well-done—it’s a testament to the great relationships we’ve built with our clientele.”

Current Construction has been providing construction services for residential and commercial clients throughout the Greater Bay Area since 2013. The company works on everything from kitchen and bathroom remodels to room additions and new construction projects, and it’s also qualified to handle specialized construction aspects like seismic retrofitting, fine carpentry, framing, and more.

Unlike less experienced contractors that strive to complete projects as quickly as possible and sacrifice clear communication as a result, Current Construction prioritizes communication from the outset of every job. “We plan and schedule each project down to the last detail before it even starts,” says Mr. Breslin. “By using the latest technology, we’re able to provide our clients with efficient, streamlined service that leaves them with superior completed spaces.”

Another distinguishing attribute of Current Construction is its systematic approach to quality control in every aspect of its operations. “We set a high standard and make those expectations clear and known to our tradesmen from the start of each project,” affirms Mr. Breslin. “We also individually train every manager to perfect their eye for detail, which is important for ensuring quality results.”

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Industry Info

When budgeting for a remodeling project, remember to make allowances for building code-required upgrades.

Building code standards have become more stringent in recent years, especially when it comes to safety concerns and energy conservation. With most home remodeling projects, code-compliant upgrades are required in addition to the primary work being done, which is why it’s important to identify key areas in your home that aren’t up to code. By determining where upgrades are needed in advance of your project, you’ll be able to budget accordingly.

One building code requirement that has been around for some time is the installation of ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) at specified electrical outlets. GFCIs are crucial protective devices that minimize the chance for electrical shock in kitchens, bathrooms and other rooms where the presence of water poses a risk. Current code standards require two GFCIs to be installed in a kitchen and at least one in every bathroom. However, since the list of areas requiring GFCI protection continues to increase with subsequent code revisions, it’s a good idea to proactively upgrade outlets in areas like garages, basements and crawl spaces as well.

A more recent code requirement concerns the addition of vacancy sensors to bathroom lights and ventilation fans. A vacancy sensor causes the power to shut off when there’s no activity in the room, which saves energy from lights or fans that are left on accidentally. Since few homes already have vacancy sensors installed in their bathrooms, most homeowners who are planning to remodel will need to include this upgrade in their plans. Fortunately, vacancy sensors and GFCIs aren’t overly expensive upgrades.

“Regulations and code compliances have evolved a lot in recent years,” adds David Breslin, CEO of Current Construction in San Francisco. “There has also been a rise in third-party inspections on critical project requirements, which adds another layer of security and accountability. This is great for consumers because it means contractors have to work toward a high industry standard and thorough building codes.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What does your process look like on a typical job?
A: We consider our process to be unique in its efficiency and comforting in its clarity. Whether it’s the primary steps leading up to the project or our schedule after we break ground, our team of experts communicate it all in an understandable way that gives our clients insight into the progress we’re making and alleviates the fear they might have of not knowing what’s going on or where they are in the process. We’ve perfected step-by-step process flows that we apply to every service we provide, be it project management, planning/design coordination or quality control.

Q: How long will it take to complete my project?
A: Depending on the size and scope of the project, it could take anywhere from two weeks to two years. That being said, we pride ourselves on our scheduling ability, which we’ll live by once the project is in motion. We also make sure everyone involved in the project follows the same schedule.

Q: What do I need to do to get my project off the ground?
A: The first phase of any project is the design stage. We work with some of the Bay Area’s finest architects, structural engineers, and designers who are skilled at interpreting your vision for a space and getting that vision approved by your city. If you already have plans and/or are approved by the planning department, all the better. Once we have those approved plans, we can take over and set the wheels in motion to get the project going.

Q: Will there be change orders?
A: The Bay Area has lots of homes that have been around for a long time, and those homes tend to have pre-existing conditions that aren’t completely clear until the project is underway. We try to avoid these surprises whenever possible, and we estimate every job based on the plans we’re provided with and any apparent physical conditions that become evident during our site visit. In certain common problematic areas, we use our years of experience to do preliminary investigations, if possible. For example, we often create exploratory holes to determine what’s going on underneath the surface. We never underbid projects in an attempt to secure the lowest bid and then make up profits in change orders like some contractors do. Instead, we try to provide a descriptive line item breakdown (which allows us to provide a full-service estimate) and directly respond to any evident conditions.

Q: How much should I set aside for a contingency in case unforeseen issues arise?
A: We recommend setting aside a contingency of 15 to 20 percent, just in case an issue comes up and we have to deal with it.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM David Breslin

Expert CONTRIBUTOR PROFILE
  • David Breslin is a veteran of the construction industry and CEO of Current Construction, a Diamond Certified company. He can be reached at (415) 754-3940 or by email.

David Breslin: Building Inspiration

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

SAN FRANCISCO — Unlike many building contractors, David Breslin didn’t have a family connection to the construction trades when he was growing up—he simply felt an innate inspiration. “From childhood on, I’ve always loved working with my hands,” he affirms. “I grew up in a small town in Ireland during the economic boom, so there was always a lot of work going on, which got me even more interested in building.” Following high school, David launched his construction career and began working his way up through the ranks. “I started out digging holes and getting coffee for the crews, and bit by bit, I learned the trades. After a while, I was promoted to hammerhand, and eventually I started taking on my own small projects.”

In 2001, David left Ireland for the United States to further broaden his professional horizons. After gaining a foothold in the San Francisco building scene, he found an opportunity to take his career to the next level. “I was working as a project manager when I reconnected with an old friend, Colm Higgins, who had recently moved to the West Coast,” he recounts. “We grew up in the same part of Ireland and both got into construction, so we had a lot to talk about. Pretty soon, it became apparent that we each had the goal of going into business for ourselves. One thing led to another and we ended up partnering to start our own construction firm.”

Today, as CEO of Current Construction, David says his favorite part of his job is management. “Management is a critical part of what we do. You can have great carpenters, electricians and plumbers, but if they’re not managed well, the project won’t run smoothly. It gives me a lot of satisfaction to coordinate all the various aspects and keep our projects on schedule.”

A resident of San Francisco (where he lives with his wife, Shawna), David expresses his appreciation for life in the City by the Bay. “I enjoy the energy of San Francisco. It’s the kind of place you go to visit and end up being sucked into. Sixteen years later, you turn around to find you’re still here, now married and running a business. That was my experience, anyway.”

Outside of work, David likes to relax with a variety of pastimes. “I enjoy going on hikes, going to the movies and hanging out with friends,” he details. “Shawna and I also like to travel and go on weekend getaways when we get a chance.” Additionally, David enjoys spending time with family. “I have a lot of family throughout the Bay Area, including Danville, Sacramento and Larkspur, so we make it a point to stay in touch and visit each other.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he were to retire tomorrow, David says he’d take an extended road trip. “I would buy an RV and travel across this great country. I’ve already done a fair amount of exploring in the U.S., but there’s still a lot left to see. My first destination would probably be Austin, Texas, just because I’ve never been there before.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What’s your favorite local restaurant?
A: Lolinda in San Francisco.

Q: What kinds of books do you like?
A: Thrillers like the Jack Reacher novels.

Q: What’s your favorite snack?
A: Bacon.

Q: What kind of music do you like?
A: Classic rock.

Q: Do you collect anything?
A: Coffee mugs from places my wife and I travel to.

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Expert articles
  • Do-It-Yourself Seismic Retrofitting

    SAN FRANCISCO — As residents of “earthquake country,” homeowners in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area need to be proactive about preparing for the next “big one.” While part of this involves having supplies and an evacuation plan ready, another important aspect is reinforcing the structural stability of your home via seismic retrofitting. This can be a costly endeavor, but if you’re a handy homeowner, there are a few affordable measures you can implement yourself. Here are three to consider:

    1. Add foundation anchor bolts. Anchor bolts help secure a house to its foundation and prevent it from sliding off during an earthquake. Even if your home already has foundation bolts in place, it may be worthwhile to add more for increased reinforcement.
    1. Brace cripple walls. Cripple walls (the short wood stud walls enclosing the crawl space beneath the first floor) are often the first part of a home to fail during an earthquake. To prevent this, brace yours by nailing plywood shear panels onto the insides of the walls.
    1. Reinforce ceiling joists. This is achieved by adding structural hardware to the joists. When done in conjunction with retrofitting measures to the lower walls and floor system, reinforcing ceiling joists can increase your home’s overall stability.

    While these measures may sound somewhat in-depth, all of the required materials can be found at your local hardware store, and the information on how to apply them can be obtained from the Department of Building Inspection. If you don’t feel comfortable implementing these measures yourself, hire a contractor to handle them for you. Either way, seismic retrofitting may save your home from destruction in the event of an earthquake, so don’t put off this crucial task.

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Expert video tip
  • Video: DIY Earthquake Retrofitting

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SAN FRANCISCO — Host, Sarah Rutan: If you’re looking to improve your home’s structural stability against earthquakes, you’ll be glad to know about some low-cost, do-it-yourself measures. Today we’re in San Francisco with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor David Breslin of Current Construction to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, David Breslin: We all live here in the San Francisco Bay area. It’s prone to earthquakes, as everybody knows. So, there’s a few simple tips you can do at home to upgrade your home structurally. 1, add some extra anchor bolts to your existing foundation. 2, sheer rods over your existing studs, wall studs. And 3 would be some structural hardware to your ceiling joists. So, it’s the hardware I’m actually blocking.

    These items can all be found at your local hardware store. And information about how to apply these items can be found at your local DBI, the Department of Building Inspections.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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DIAMOND CERTIFIED EXPERT CONTRIBUTOR ADVICE & TIPS FROM Colm Higgins

Expert CONTRIBUTOR PROFILE
  • Colm Higgins is a veteran of the construction industry and co-owner of Current Construction, a Diamond Certified company. He can be reached at (415) 754-3940 or by email.

Colm Higgins: A Long Road to Success

By James Florence, Diamond Certified Resource Reporter

SAN FRANCISCO — As co-founder of Current Construction, Colm Higgins looks back on the long road that led to where he is today. “My father was a carpenter and taught me the trade when I was a young man,” he remembers. “At the time, he was living in New York while the rest of our family was in our home country of Ireland, so I would visit him during the summers and work with him. Later, after graduating from college with a business degree, I started looking into the kinds of careers I was eligible for. It didn’t take long for me to realize it wasn’t where I wanted to be. I decided to return to construction and started working as an apprentice carpenter in New York.”

After gaining further experience in the field, Colm eventually found an opportunity to merge his college education with his hands-on acumen. “After living in New York for several years, I decided I needed a change of scenery, so I moved to San Francisco,” he recounts. “It was there that I reconnected with an old friend named David Breslin. We were both from the same part of Ireland and he had been doing construction in the Bay Area for 15 years. We’d both reached a point in our careers where we felt ready to take things to the next level, so we decided to join forces and start our own construction company.”

Today, Colm says his favorite part of his job is project management. “Since starting Current Construction, I’ve realized I have a passion for leading and motivating people. I love working with our employees and subcontractors, getting everyone focused on a goal, and moving toward that goal together.”

A resident of San Francisco, Colm expresses an appreciation for the Bay Area vibe. “One of my favorite things about living in the Bay Area is how friendly and positive the people are. It’s quite a contrast from New York and has been a much better fit for my personality. People here are very open to new ideas and possibilities, and I think that’s why a lot of new industries and businesses do so well in this area.”

Outside of work, Colm spends his time on a variety of pastimes. “I’m a very active person,” he says. “I love getting out of the city and into the wilderness, as well as going skiing, surfing and fishing.” Colm also enjoys at-home hobbies like cooking and playing music. “I love to cook—my fiancée, Pier, says if I wasn’t in construction, I probably would’ve become a chef. I’m also a big music fan and enjoy playing percussion.”

When asked the first thing he’d do if he were to retire tomorrow, Colm says he’d take a vacation. “With as much as I work, I think I could really appreciate a vacation,” he laughs. “I’d also do some more traveling. I’ve been to several places, including Australia and New Zealand, but there are still plenty more I’d like to see, like Japan and Africa.”

Ask Me Anything!

Q: What kinds of music do you like?
A: All kinds, from rock and hip-hop to South American, Cuban and Irish music. Basically, if it sounds good, I’ll listen to it.

Q: What’s your favorite type of food?
A: Seafood. I grew up next to the ocean and my father was a fisherman, so it holds a special place in my heart.

Q: Pancakes or waffles?
A: Pancakes.

Q: Do you collect anything?
A: Percussion instruments, including drums, bongos and a bodhrán, which is a traditional Irish percussion instrument.

Q: If you could immediately master any musical instrument, what would you choose?
A: The trumpet. I’d love to be able to play like Louis Armstrong.

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Expert articles
  • Proper Planning for a Remodeling Project

    One of the most critical aspects of a remodeling project is planning. Not only does proper planning help ensure a quality final product, it also saves time and money during the course of the project. So, if you’re preparing to remodel your home, be sure to invest not only in labor and materials, but in the initial planning and design phase as well.

    A well-planned remodeling project begins with your home’s as-built drawings, which provide a snapshot of its existing layout and help your architect create a precise design. Speaking of architects, make sure you hire one who’s experienced and accredited. Architectural drawings are expensive and have a substantial impact on the final product, so it’s crucial to have a capable professional at the helm. In some cases, you may also need to bring in a structural engineer.

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Expert video tip
  • Video: Planning Your Construction Project

    Complete Video Transcription:

    SAN FRANCISCO — Host, Sarah Rutan: When it comes to a construction project, investing time and money into the planning stages can save you a lot of both later on. Today we’re in San Francisco with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Colm Higgins of Current Construction to learn more.

    Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Colm Higgins: So, a tip that I would give to potential customers is spend time and do some groundwork at the planning stage. A well-planned project really saves money and time, once the project is up and running. So, it starts off with your as-built drawings. As-built drawings are basically a snapshot of your existing layout, your existing building. Get your as-built drawings. Choose a good, accredited architect, and structural engineer, if need be.

    And don’t be afraid to, you know, spend a little bit of extra money at the planning stage, just to get every base covered for that project. Because once that project gets up and running, those changes can cost money, or those gray areas tend to cost you money. So, I would say go that extra mile at the planning stage.

    Host, Sarah Rutan: To learn more from local, top rated companies, visit our Diamond Certified Expert Reports at experts.diamondcertified.org.

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CUSTOMER SATISFACTION i
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Each surveyed customer was asked, “If you needed any helpful expertise, did this company provide that expertise?” To calculate this score, total “Yes” responses were divided by total responses (excluding those that stated they hadn’t needed any expertise).

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Phone SURVEY RESPONSES FROM 18 VERIFIED CUSTOMERS i
Current Construction : Average 9.9 out of 10 based on 18 unique customer surveys of customer satisfaction.

Ruth M.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

1 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they're very honest. They also value their clients so they give them an honest option and the truth, so you're able to trust them because they're not just giving you BS.

I think they were easy to work with because of their personalities, but you also got a really good final project.

Tara M.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

2 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would say that they're knowledgeable and pretty accurate with estimates. I shopped around and they've been the most efficient and skilled with their answers, so for me that's been really valuable.

Honestly, I felt like the space was interesting. I think most of the time people talk a good game, but they're not being honest and transparent with the client, so their transparency, coupled with their skilled labor, and information, for me, was the most satisfying.

Janessa S.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

3 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I feel like they are dependable and trustworthy. They're friendly, easy to work with, they're timely, and I felt like it was also really fair on cost.

The personal relationship a lot of time working with contractors can be frustrating and drawn out, but they were friendly, timely, upfront, and efficient.

Jonathon W.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

4 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Super professional, and I guess they did the project within the timeframe like they said they would. I guess that was just super professional.

I liked how willing they were, whenever I had an issue, I would call them, and he was over straightaway. Whatever the issue was, there was no problems, it was a smooth process throughout.

Andrew G.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

5 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I guess, the attention to detail and they were very personable. They looked after us.

The attention to detail in their work, that they were personable, and they made us feel like we were their only clients, though I'm sure we weren't.

Joe H.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

6 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Honest, trustworthy, easy to deal with, and very helpful, I've used them a few times and I had a good experience.

Their honesty is hard to find with a contractor.

Niall D.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

7 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Very knowledgeable, these guys know what they're talking about and they're definitely good contractors.

Their reliability, when they said they were going to be here, they were here. They gave me a good schedule for the work that needed to be done, and they stuck to the schedule. Overall, their men were nice and they wore nice clean clothes. It's a nice operation.

Nathalie J.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

8 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They were very confident, they knew what they were doing, and they were easy to work with. We didn't know exactly what we wanted or how to build it, but they helped with all the details and we got what we wanted.

It felt like we were working with them, not that they were giving is a quote and then running away. They suggested ideas, listened to us, and helped us with those ideas. It was pretty smooth.

John W.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

9 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I've referred several friends to them already. I think they do a good job, they're very knowledgeable and they stick to their timelines and their budgets.

The communication was all good throughout the project and it was completed on time and on budget.

Angie N.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

10 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

Their communication is very strong, they're on top of everything, we communicate a lot through email, and they're responsive throughout the whole process, so that's why I'm hiring them again.

They're very detail oriented and spelled everything out on the quote, so that met my expectations. They list everything separately and keep me in the know so I stay on budget and on time. That's why I'm going to hire them to do more.

Cory B.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

11 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I think they're very reliable and they do great work. They're very attentive to the work being done. I've had work done before with other contractors where I couldn't reach them most of the time or there was no oversight. Current just did a great job.

As the main general contractor, they were very aware of what was going on with all the subcontracting work being done, and they were very on top of it.

Mariano T.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

12 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I've recommended them to probably 7 or 8 friends. They always give me good quality work for a good price as well.

I think the way they stick to their timeline and they actually beat their timeline. They were by far cheaper than the other bids I got and their quality, I felt, was very good.

Will M.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

13 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I'd tell them it's fair, honest, he has integrity, and he's a very transparent individual.

I'd say, the communication. They're up with the Internet and email and all the social communication. They're well versed in the IP part of things.

Monica R.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

14 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell them that the process with them is very easy and straightforward. The big process was very quick and they definitely met my deadlines for when my project needed to be finished. Overall I was satisfied with the ending results.

Definitely the customer support that they have and me being able to deal with them and talk to them on a daily basis, they were always available for my questions and reassured me what's going on, which I really liked, so communication was key.

Dennis M.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

15 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would tell them that so far I've been more than satisfied with his performance and him keeping me informed of how things are going. In other words, to me he's very efficient.

I thought he was very professional. He kept me informed of anything that might have come up, even if it was beyond his control, as soon as he discovered it. He would make me aware of it immediately which I appreciated. That's what I liked most. That and that he's very easy to work with and not a man who says he knows everything, or anything like that. He's very even-keeled.

Malcom B.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

16 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

I would recommend them to any friend.

The workmanship was excellent and their communication skills. All the guys working for them are very considerate and always left my property in good condition every day. I've worked for several contractors, and these guys were great all around.

Shawn R.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

17 of 18

Quality 10
10 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

They're great.

They got the job done.

Jeff T.

VERIFIED Current Construction CUSTOMER

18 of 18

Quality 8
8 10
Loyalty Yes
CRITIQUE

The owner, Colm Higgins, is very professional, so I'd give him a "10", and some of his subcontrators I'd say are definitely in the "7" range.

I liked the professional, personal service that the owner gave us.

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