Greg Woods, Sheila Breed, Eric Wynne, Chad Roach, Martha OKeefe, and David Guthrie.

Owner Greg Woods has been in the building industry for 17 years, including nine at the helm of G.F. Woods. Honesty, integrity, and attention to details are the guiding lights of the company. G.F. Woods is committed to producing the highest quality projects in the construction industry. 

What does a general contractor do? 
We turn your dreams into the built reality by collaborating with our clients, the design team, our talented staff, and a pool of subcontractors and vendors. Our primary responsibility is listening and interpreting our clients’ desires, prioritizing design elements with accurate budgets, and creating beautiful structures within a predetermined schedule and monetary amount.  

What differentiates you from other general contractors in the area?
We have a proven track record of delivering large-scale projects ahead of schedule and meeting or beating budgets. For each client, we generate a solid game plan to make sure we put the right people in the right spots to execute the work. That allows us to offer guaranteed completion dates and consistent follow-through as well as ensure we can meet deadlines, budgets, and expectations. We’re a passionate company striving to achieve perfectly executed projects so that our clients get exactly what they desire the first time around on budget and schedule.

What is the most important aspect of the work you do?
Communication and documentation on what we’ve agreed to do and how we’re going to implement it are critical. We drill into the schedule, budget, and new design-related business items weekly. In that meeting, we talk about what we did the previous week, provide a game plan for the current week, and provide a two-week look ahead. It’s very consistent, and we do that throughout the entire project to ensure the process runs smoothly.

Are there challenges to construction in the mountains?
Winter is always a little challenging as it can slow production a bit. With the right winter protection and site preparations, we consistently build through bad weather with minimal inefficiencies. Living in the Rocky Mountains, winter is just another season that we have grown accustomed to working through.

What should people consider when they are looking to hire a general contractor?
Personality, integrity, trust, and long-standing proven relationships with clients, subcontractors, and vendors. 

G.F. Woods Construction
970-544-1833
430 E Hyman Ave, Aspen
gfwoods.com

 

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