Our team establishes, monitors, and updates all construction schedules to ensure each project is on schedule. We conduct weekly progress meetings, provide frequently updated cost analysis, and manage all subcontractors.
Our LEED Accredited Professionals can assist and advise you throughout the building process. We incorporate environmental responsibility and economic solutions into every project we build, so you can be assured your project will be sustainable both now and in the future.
For us, the project isn’t done when the keys are turned over. We follow up on all aspects of your project until you are completely satisfied and, most importantly, pleased with the work. Our entire team works tirelessly until we exceed your specific expectations.
We review, advise, and assist on all aspects of constructability of your project, advising on potential problems or issues. This allows you to make critical decisions early in the process, before they cost extra to correct.
Partnering with you and your design team allows us to understand the design goals for the project. Working from the earliest stages of the project with your architect, we serve as the consultant to help with both the planning and designing of your project.
We use Building Information Modeling and computerized cost accounting systems to exchange information and create electronic documentation of all stages of the building process. Finding and utilizing all cost efficiencies is a priority, as we continue monitoring the construction budget throughout the build process to ensure the project remains on-budget.
Agreement to pay direct project costs plus contractor’s fee. This flexible agreement allows you greater control, and we’ll work with you to maximize saving opportunities.
Our team can manage every aspect of the project from start to finish. All to ensure you get a project that exceeds all your expectations. We can also work as the Construction Manager At-Risk, where we set a Guaranteed Price Maximum at the start.
Tax exempt construction projects for non-profit organizations can be added to applicable arrangements. This needs to be implemented early in the process to satisfy state regulations.