Leadership Series

Construction, General Contracting and Things to Know for Your Construction Project

NCCBA Luncheon 1-6-2017

NCCBA presents Steve McSwain to lead a discussion of construction and contracting in North Carolina.

As a builder and general contractor since 2002, Steve will share his extensive knowledge of the building industry, with a focus on what homeowners and investors should know when engaging a contractor for a new construction, renovation, restoration, flipping properties, or other improvements.

The presentation will cover the following topics:

  • Introduction to Contracting
  • What is the difference between a contractor and a subcontractor
  • Estimating - important elements to estimating a project
  • Contract components
  • Scheduling
  • Inspections and other government regulatory
  • Questions

Please join us for this fascinating discussion!

NCCBA members and non-members are welcome to attend!

About Steve McSwain


Steve is a graduate of Elon University with a bachelor degree in accounting and business administration. Steve enjoyed many successful years in Corporate Technology and Network Systems Sales covering eleven states before deciding to pursue his original dream of becoming a builder.

Steve worked with a local builder/developer in tract building homes. In 2005, Steve obtained his NC General Contractors license and began residential remodeling and total renovation projects in the greater Winston-Salem market. Steve is a licensed North Carolina Real Estate Broker,Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist, Certified Lead Based Paint Renovator and the Professional Green Building designation.

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