Room additions
Kitchen updates
Bathroom updates
Inhouse HVAC, electrical, and mechanical contractors
Pre-construction planning and construction management


Industrial Plant Maintenance
Commercial build-outs
Inhouse HVAC, electrical, and mechanical contractors
Pre-construction planning and construction management



Commercial/ Industrial Concrete and Asphalt is always one of the most important aspects to any project.

Whether its structural, foundational, walkways or street ways Our Nation Extreme exceeds with the entirety of excavation, forming and finish work of concrete

 Commercial Build-Outs

From a new business to remodeling commercial buildings we provide a turn key operation. Planning, Development, Framing, Mechanicals, Flooring, Siding, Roofing etc

​Relaying on one company through out this process is something that will make your project efficient and timely.

 Commercial Residential

PHOS Management Inc. understands commercial residential build outs, remodels, and renovations priorities.

We have the experience to make sure either a smaller or lengthly project is finished on time as well as tending to local ordnance, housing codes, tenants and property staff through out the process.


​Our clients continue to relay on us for anything they have a need for flooring, roofing, siding, dry wall, windows, tile etc

​Our goal is to be your #1 construction source you can depend on. PHOS Management Inc. believes that no matter the scale of the job, even the smallest brick matters. We’re here to build relationships not just buildings.

Tips for hiring a Contractor:


1. Connect with your contractor — The right person for the job will be easy to talk to. Make sure you see eye to eye by hiring a contractor that understands your goal and has experience in the type of job you are looking for. Communication is key for all projects, so insist on regular contact by email,phone or text messages. Allow the work crew to manage their day-to-day work, but set up a weekly face-to-face update from the foreman.

2. Understand that price reflects quality — Ask your contractor for his or her recommendations on how the project should take place. In the long run, it is worth cutting corners for a temporary fix? The lowest bid is not always the best. Request a written description of the material necessary for the job. A low bid may indicate that a contractor uses sub-par materials or is desperate for work. The more accurate bid is likely somewhere in the middle.

3. Know a contractor’s credentials — Insist on hiring a licensed, bonded and insured contractor. This is a must. Otherwise, as the property owner you are liable if a member if the work crew gets injured on the job.

4. Get your residential/commercial improvement contract in writing—Your contract should include: detailed time frames, the total cost, payment arrangements, your contractor’s license number, project description, names of parties involved and how to handle additional costs if necessary. Be cautious, if you are not given a timeline for the job to be completed, this may indicate the contractor has several current jobs and may not complete your job in a timely manner. Keep track of all-important information as well by keeping job related documents such as contracts, payments, and receipts in one place. Record Key contracts information for everyone working on your project.

5. Educate yourself about Property improvement requirements — Know what permits are required and what regulations need to be followed for your remodeling project. Your contractors or architect should be responsible for applying for and acquiring all necessary permits. Don’t be passive, however: ask for information. Know what’s going on behind the scenes. The cost of the job will increase of the contractor is surprised by outdated wiring or other concealed budget busters.

6. Be prepared for property renovation — Before a job begins, make sure your property is prepared. That includes having an area where workers can store their tools, and sealing he sites entry point.

• Select your colors and finishes before the painter arrives to save time

• Review sample materials to make sure you are happy with them.

• Don’t forget to make space for the crew. Allow them to keep their supplies and equipment on site. The more organized and accessible these items are, the faster they will be able to do their work. (Try to avoid any potential loss. Remove any valuables or easily damaged items from the work site.)

7. Keep your eye on the renovation prize Although the project will be disruptive, don’t forget that the end result will be worth it.

8. Ensure things are complete before signing off on the renovation — Schedule a final walkthrough. Meet with your contractor and make note of any tasks that need to be completed. Be sure to request an affidavit of final release or lien waiver. Once the job is complete and the final payment Is made, this clears you of any liability for third-party claims.

“My wife and I have been looking for siding for awhile. But, being particular, we hadn’t been able to find anyone that had a good balance of price and quality. I noticed the quality of the siding being done on one of our neighbor’s house. I asked who did it and what their experience was. They said Phos Management and things went ‘great’. I was impressed that a job of that scale could have been great. We contacted James. He was helpful in giving advice and making recommendations. The job was well supervised and executed. It met our expectations. After completion, there were a couple of issues that came up. James handled these quickly and equitably. We were very satisfied and would use Phos Management again.” Keith


A General Contractor, PHOS Management Inc. is a knowledgeable building and remodeling company, and has been in business for over 25 years.

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