Self-Perform Capabilities

Self-performing work to better serve our clients is a concept upon which Haselden was founded. As the decades have rolled on, we have added more areas of discipline to our portfolio, each reflecting the elements that add the most value to project performance. Haselden employs more than 200 craft workers in the Rocky Mountain region, specifically to execute self-perform work for our customers.

Self-performing offers our clients substantial benefits. It allows us to quickly identify and solve challenges, implement action plans as necessary, and significantly reduce or eliminate subcontractor change orders and/or delays. By self-performing essential work, Haselden also maintains better control of the schedule and sets the standard of craftsmanship for the entire construction project.

The requirements of both the project and the client are analyzed on a case-by-case basis to determine which self-perform work would be most beneficial to the project. Certain self-performed services, such as BIM coordination for MEP trades, are nearly always recommended because of their high value to every project.

Elements of work we are able to self-perform include:

  • Erosion Control
  • Infection Control
  • Demolition
  • Saw-Cutting/Core Drilling
  • Earthwork
  • Structural Excavation
  • Site Layout/Surveying
  • Building Concrete
  • Building Flatwork
  • Epoxy Coated Floors
  • Polished Concrete Floors
  • Site Concrete

Elements of work we are able to self-perform include:

  • Limited Scope Structural Steel Supply & Install
  • Miscellaneous Metals
  • Building Masonry
  • Framing & Drywall
  • Rough and Finish Carpentry
  • Casework
  • Thermal Barrier Installation
  • Installation of Doors, Frames, & Hardware
  • Acoustical Ceilings
  • Installation of Specialty Items
Haselden Earthwork

Earthwork

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Haselden Earthwork

Miscellaneous Metals

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Haselden Concrete

Concrete

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