Why Construct with Foster?




Portfolio and Recommendations

We serve Vail, Denver, Boulder, and the Mountain

West Since 2011

Our goal is to build a client relationship of trust and confidence and to add value to each project, every step of the way.    We begin by fully understanding your vision for the project and your desired outcome.  From there, we set out to determine a realistic budget and work with you and the design team to refine it, making it as accurate as possible.  We operate on a “no-surprises” philosophy and strive to keep open and on-going communication through weekly meetings; electronic updates and a web based project management system that keeps you informed every step of the way.  At Foster Construction, we strive for complete satisfaction, exceeding our client's expectations and building successful projects that we can all be proud of for many years.




Foster Construction believes in Architects and Interior Designers. If your going the traditional route of having a design professional design your project and then do a Request for Proposal  or a Fee Proposal for the Construction, Foster Construction  stands ready to bid any project for a Architect or Interior Designer and be a great partner in the process to get the project built. Foster Construction has full estimating services to answer your RFP and years of experience to know what is needed to build the design. Foster Construction prides itself in doing the most complete and detailed estimates priding ourselves on the no Surprises construction experience.

The new way to do a construction projects is collaboration from the start between Client, Design Team, and Contractor. This is most commonly called by the National Home Builders Association  (NAHB), and the American Institute of Architects  (AIA) the Integrated Process. This process benefits the client greatly by helping to control their budget before they start designing. Foster Construction can do a schematic budget with information from the owner about, location, lifestyle, style of the home, and some photo's of what the client likes. By doing a schematic budget and a process of updates as the design is put together this can help the client, architect, and contractor move the project forward faster, create better value, and make sure thousands of dollars aren't spent on a design that will never get built because it is to expensive.