We believe that the beginning of every project is seeking to understand our client’s expectations, listening to even the smallest of details. From there, we bring our resources into alignment with these expectations to ensure that every single detail is executed successfully in the eyes of all project stakeholders. Our methods deliver projects that are at the level of expected quality, within budget, and on time, every time.
Evaluate the Project – We review the initial budget against any preliminary design documents, make recommendations on material and equipment selections, perform constructability reviews, and suggest value analysis methodologies, all of which add value to our client’s project every step of the way.
Schedule – We develop Critical Path Method (CPM) schedules with our clients that are both efficient and economic. Our CPM schedules incorporate lead times for selected materials and specified equipment as well as identify timeframes for all critical path activities for both construction and owner related scopes of work.
Budget and Bid – We construct a budget for our clients by first asking the right questions. We make sure to differentiate between the items that are required for the project to be successful and those that would be considered “Wish List” items. Our vast network of craft partners both near and far help us to know who is capable, both physically and financially, to perform the specific scopes on any given project. We refine bid packages to minimize scope gaps and reduce double coverage between trades, reducing overall project costs.
Throughout the entire pre-construction phase of a project, we strive to maintain a high level of communication with all stakeholders, ensuring that everyone is well-informed at all times. Our collaborative, team-based approach cultivates interaction between the owner, designer, and construction team that is unique to the industry. This approach has one goal in mind: to unify the design, budget, and schedule of a project so that the owner’s expectations will be realized during construction.