In-house crews are a dying breed due to the overall cost. In order to have in-house crews, companies must own their own equipment (i.e. bobcat, dump trucks, plate compactors, saws, etc.) and each crew member must be covered under the company’s worker’s comp which is extremely expensive. It is not enough just to have worker’s comp listed on your license.
Many companies hire subcontractors to drive efficiency and lower costs. However, this type of work can often be unreliable and adds an additional communication layer to the project which can often leave the company and clients out of the loop on the project.
At Sequoia Outdoor, you’ll have your own dedicated project manager to ensure proper oversight resulting in a quality project/outcome from start to completion.