Reviewed by Cera Yap・Submitted 5 Mar 2019・ Project completed Jun 2018・Designer Ronz Goh
Richmont is my company's trusted contractor for so many years now. From small maintenance job to bigger job like office renovation they are always up to par and very quick to respond. They can deliver a major office renovation in 5 to 7 days ie; demolished half of a 12,000 sq ft. office and renovate completely with furniture. The ID designer has been very accommodative with our last minute changes with the drawings. The project manager Mr Goh was always on site to monitor during the renovation and follow up very quickly for any touch up after the renovation. A very good work ethic every contractor should have.
Reviewed by Low Keng Lok・Submitted 9 Mar 2019・ Project completed Apr 2017・Designer Ronz Goh
We ding-dong on the design - type of material and colour; designer was responsive and accommodating. Once design approved, materials were prompted delivered and worked started. Designer contacted me daily and visits refularly. Job completed within time frame stated. As always, there will be some ends that needed to be touched up and response was quick and done to my satisfaction. Worth the value for the good job done.
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