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25 Years In Business

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    Areas of Expertise

    • Additions and Remodels
    • Design and Build Kitchens, Basements, Bathrooms, Room Additions
    • Design and Build Outdoor Living Areas with Structures
    • We have an interior designer on staff and will be your contact person from the begining to end of the job. She will help you make a remodel that you love.
    • We offer 3D renderings (pictures) for more extensive remodels to help you visualize your space before it is built.
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    • Free Estimates
    • Credit Cards Accepted


    13 Verified Reviews
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    0.50 Brandon L. Kansas City, MO

    We hired BCC for a design contract to renovate our house and detached workshop, and attach the two. The design process was underwhelming, we feel we were misled into the design contract, and Julie ghosted us at the end of the process. We are left with a design we didnâ t ask for and Julie wasted our time and took our money which really hurts because she knows we have a baby on the way. Before entering design, we communicated our budget to Julie, which she countered with a higher but reasonable amount. She also said she would talk to Bryan about our project. We discussed with Julie what we wanted most out of the renovation, some of which she suggested her design would change our mind about what we were looking for. At that point it made sense to enter the design process given the renovation could be done somewhere near our budget. After a month we had not heard from Julie, so we texted asking for an update. We were able to meet with her a week later. Julie shared the blueprint and some pictures of the 3D renders at this meeting. The cost she suggested to do the renovation left us dumbfounded. What was worse was that she asked us what our budget was during this meeting after we had waited more than 30 days to hear from her. The design she showed us she suggested would cost nearly double what we originally discussed. She made critical design decisions without ever asking us or discussing, such as eliminating a bedroom to add living room space. Many of the original goals of the renovation were not included in the proposed plan. We asked to revisit the plan so we arenâ t trying to construct a $950k 2 bdr house in MO that Julie seemed to think was a good idea. At about the 7-8 week mark, Julie texted asking to confirm our budget, again, before discussing whatâ s next. We spoke with her on the phone and she said she would discuss with Bryan what we can do with our original budget. We waited a couple more weeks to hear from Julie, which was longer than what she said, but she stated she was busy doing other bids. In our final conversation with Julie, she essentially told us that nearly all of the goals of the renovation we discussed are not possible with our original budget. At this stage in the process it feels like Julie low balled costs in the initial discussions to sell her design contract. Julie never tried to explain why there was such a significant cost difference between what we originally discussed versus what she quoted us later on. Most of our questions seemed to require input from Bryan, Julie also frequently told us input from Bryan was required, but Bryan never spoke with us directly. She pointed out why the project would be so expensive, but those reasons do not seem to be ones that required her $5k design contract. We expressed our frustrations to her, and suggested we didnâ t understand why the cost of this project should be so much more than what we originally discussed. We may never know as we havenâ t heard back in more than a month.

    Response from Company:

    Dear Brandon and Brittney, We sincerely regret that you're dissatisfied with the design process and the proposed budget for your renovation project. We understand that renovations can be a significant financial and emotional investment, and we genuinely wanted to provide a solution that aligned with your vision and budget. We would like to provide an account of our interactions and the steps we took during the design process to ensure clarity: Initial Consultation and Budget Discussions, May 23rd-June 5th: We responded to your email and scheduled a phone call to discuss your project. During our consultation on June 5th, we reviewed your renovation goals, must-haves, and wish-list items. We discussed the conversion of the workshop, connecting spaces, interior remodel and exterior facade enhancements. We were transparent about the budget constraints from the beginning. We provided ballpark costs for individual projects based on your priorities. It was communicated that the full scope of your desired renovations would exceed the initially mentioned budget range. Therefore the decision was made to move forward with just doing a bid on the garage conversion. At this time there was no charge for doing this portion of the bid. Design Contract and Renderings, June 27th-July 3rd: We reached out to you on June 27th to let you know we had started working on your bid. At that time you requested a comprehensive bid and design for the entire project. After your request for a comprehensive design, we presented the option of a design contract, which would include 2D floor plans and 3D renderings. This was going to allow you to assess what changes you were wanting and allow you to separate the projects and do them in phases since they were well over your initial budget. You had mentioned that you would be able to acquire a loan to access additional funds for the projects. This gave us the confidence to move forward with the design since we would be able to come to an agreement to perform a renovation project. On July 3rd the design contract was signed. Design Development and Adjustments, July 12th-August 28th: We dedicated substantial time to the design process, including both phone and site meetings , scanning of the existing home with a 3d scanner, and discussions about potential adjustments to meet your needs. Our team had over 80 hours in this process. Budget Presentation and Modifications, August 23rd-August 28th: During our lengthy meeting on August 23rd, we presented the rendered designs which included a 2d floor plan and 38 rendered images. We also discussed updated projected budgets. The figures provided were consistent with our initial estimates. You even expressed how fun it was to see the design. Adjustments Based on Your Feedback, August 24th-September 14th: We actively engaged with you to accommodate your feedback, making every effort to align the design with your newly adjusted budget constraints. We even proposed alterations to bring the project within the initial budget range. Final Communication, September 22nd: We understand your frustration, and we apologize for any perceived non communication. We believed the discussion had reached an end point. Our goal has always been to provide you with a design that matches your vision while still meeting the initial ballpark from June 5th. While we understand that the costs may have exceeded your initial expectations when you bought the home, it's important to note that quality design and construction come with their associated expenses. We kindly request you to reconsider your review in light of the dedicated effort our team has put into this project.. Thank you, Julie Casey

    5.0 Dan D. Kansas City, MO

    Bryan Casey Construction brought an end-to-end approach to our project. Standing alone, the design work and construction were outstanding. But the integrated experience was highly differentiating. The original bid was detailed and clearly set expectations. The work crews were hard working, detail oriented, professional and engaging. Great experience!

    5.0 Sarah A. Kansas City, MO

    Not only does Bryan Casey Construction do fabulous, beautiful and current work, they were on schedule, exactly on their estimate, honest and their subs were great! I would highly recommend Bryan Casey Construction.

    5.0 Brenda V. Kansas City, MO

    We hired Bryan Casey Construction to finish our basement. They did quality work from the initial design and layout to the final touch ups. Each stage of the work was generally on time and the workers were professional and helpful. Julie was great to provide design consultation and kept us up to date on the project status. Bryan was on site to oversee pieces of the project, as needed. They were quick to fix any issues that were encountered along the way. We are very pleased with the end result and highly recommend the company!

    5.0 Pat M. Lenexa, KS

    We hired Bryan Casey Construction to finish our basement because Bryan and Julie were able to provide both the construction and interior design expertise. This allowed us to understand what the project should look like before we started. They also honored our budget and offered alternatives for those changes that were required or we wanted. Julie helped us select a color scheme for the finish along with tile, flooring, lighting, etc and most of the furnishings which makes the space look and feel great. I am confident it would not look as good as it does without her professional input. Bryan's team did a good job of putting it together and we enjoyed working with them. We love our new basement and will use BCC for future projects.

    5.0 Mike S. Kansas City, MO

    All very good people and very skilled at what they do. Hard working enjoyable, very timely group to work with.

    5.0 Mark S. Smithville, MO

    They stayed on the job until finished

    5.0 Sara K. Overland Park, KS

    We contracted Casey Construction for a master bathroom remodel that gutted it to the studs but left the same footprint--something that we would typically do ourselves but didn't have time for now--I call this out, because we're picky especially when it comes to quality. I didn't have a complete design planned out, but knew I didn't want a cookie-cutter remodel, so beyond the remodel construction, Julie Casey helped me come up with an up to date, attractive design with our stated budget that will hold up over time. The Casey's and the onsite crew were easy to work with from the beginning, always professional and we never had any concerns leaving the crew alone if we weren't home. Of course, I asked for changes as the work was being done, and the Caseys always provided quotes and alternatives up front so I could decide if/how we wanted to proceed. Even with our changes, they finished the project just one week past their original estimate but this was based on reset expectations. We're super happy with the results and workmanship, something we could tell everyone with the Casey team also took pride in. We love our new space! We have other updates in the future and will definitely be using them for these.

    5.0 Gia G. Bettendorf, IA

    Bryan and Julie were great to work with, in fact, we're using them again for a basement finish. Very professional, excellent work quality! The workers they brought in were great also, they all took pride in their workmanship. My master bath and kitchen are an absolute dream!

    5.0 Sharon N. Overland Park, KS

    We had a wonderful experience with Bryan Casey Construction. They communicated very well throughout the entire project and were very efficient and punctual. We had a facelift in the kitchen and 1/2 bath and a complete remodel of the master bath. They were very helpful and had a lot of ideas and insight in the planning stage. The bids are extremely detailed so everyone knew exactly what would happen. The kitchen cabinets were painted a beautiful warm white and the center island is a darker grey. It makes the kitchen look so much brighter and larger. Julie had so many excellent ideas to remodel the master bath! We had the old jacuzzi removed and a beautiful freestanding tub installed. Bryan made the shower about twice the size with a gorgeous inset of decorative tile. We had new cabinets and sinks, and a heated floor installed as well. We love the results. We will definitely use them again when the need arises.


    Bryan Casey Construction
    Master Bathroom
    Navy blue Master bath
    Modern Bath
    Exterior Facade Remodel
    Kitchen Remodel
    Basement Finish
    Pool Cabana
    Full Home Remodel

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