With over 16 years of combined experience, Grand Expeditors NYC has been successfully filing applications with the Department of Buildings, obtaining permits, removing construction violations and acquiring Certificates of occupancy for our clients. Grand Expediters NYC combines a wealth of experience and skill into a company that would earn a remarkable reputation as a leading NYC expediting firm. we have combined our strengths to create an unbeatable force in the field of expediting. Grand Expediters NYC is committed to operating with a quality foundation of unwavering ethics bringing you solutions and results fast.
Grand Expediters NYC is committed to providing you with the best expediting services. We approach every project with a focus on aesthetics, functionality, cost, and detailed orienting. Each project is handled with unique perspective and integrity. Grand Expediters NYC has established itself as a leader in the industry. Ingenuity and an eye for solutions make Grand Expediters NYC the obvious choice for NYC Expediting services.
Grand Expediters NYC is known for:
- Honesty, integrity, and great value
- Immediate start on every project
- Final product exceeding expectations
- On schedule completion
Residential and Commercial Expediting
We maintain control throughout the preparation of the applications and filing process to ensure that your property is reviewed by NYC to the highest quality standards
NYC Department of Buildings Applications
We manage all stages of each project. From the pre-preparation of a project through finalizing and review, to filing the application with the NYC Department of Buildings.
From preparation to approval, Grand Expediters NYC makes applying for construction permits in New York City a breeze. The leader in the industry, we handle both residential and commercial permits, enabling you to focus entirely on your project and less on the paperwork.
Managing all stages of your project, from the initial forms to the end review, our expeditor services in New York City help property owners, and investors navigate the somewhat confusing landscape of the NYC Department of Buildings.