New Construction

At Bella Construction Group the team is made up of skilled professionals who work together to create a safe, functional, and beautiful home for our clients.

Let’s go through the process: codes, construction process, ADA requirements!


The construction industry is governed by a set of codes and regulations that ensure the safety and quality of buildings and structures. These codes cover a wide range of areas, including building design, materials, construction methods, and safety standards. The codes are enforced by local and national building departments, which conduct inspections and issue permits to ensure that construction projects comply with the codes. The codes also require that construction workers receive proper training and certification to ensure that they are qualified to perform their jobs safely and effectively. In addition, the codes require that construction sites are properly secured and that workers are provided with appropriate safety equipment and training to prevent accidents and injuries. Overall, the codes are designed to promote the highest standards of safety and quality in the construction industry, and to protect the public from the risks associated with poorly constructed buildings and structures. Bella Construction Group performs all work with permits and by the codes.


The new construction process typically begins with the design phase, where our architects and engineers work together to create a blueprint for the building. Once the design is finalized, Bella Construction team will begin site preparation, which includes clearing the land, grading the soil, and installing utilities. The foundation is then laid, followed by the framing of the building’s structure. Next, the building’s exterior is completed, including the installation of windows, doors, and roofing. The interior work begins with the installation of electrical and plumbing systems, followed by insulation, drywall, and flooring. Finally, the finishing touches are added, such as paint, fixtures, and appliances. Throughout the process, inspections are conducted to ensure that the building meets safety and building code standards. Once the construction is complete, a final inspection is conducted, and the building is ready for occupancy.


The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) sets forth requirements for homes to ensure that they are accessible and usable by individuals with disabilities. These requirements include features such as wider doorways, lower light switches and thermostats, and grab bars in bathrooms. The ADA also requires that homes have accessible routes of travel, such as ramps or lifts, to allow individuals with mobility impairments to move freely throughout the home. In addition, the ADA requires that homes have accessible kitchens and bathrooms, with features such as roll-under sinks and counters, and grab bars in showers and tubs. These requirements are designed to ensure that individuals with disabilities can live independently and safely in their homes, and to promote equal access to housing for all individuals, regardless of their abilities. We specialize in ADA codes, helping people in both Oregon and Washington state.