A project delivery method that differs from the traditional design-bid-build system by utilizing the services of a construction manager who becomes a member of the team of owner-architect-construction manager. This delivery method allows the CM to represent the owner’s interest and provides oversight over the entire project directly to the owner.
These services include coordination of work site and scheduling of subcontractors, monitoring and documenting cost risks, job progression/status, continual communication with all team members to ensure quality work and job progression. The project managers work closely with all subcontractors, designers, engineers, and owners making them readily available to address any risks or concerns. Utilizing our construction management software ProCore, we can provide the complete oversight and document control required to deliver projects on time and on budget.
Commercial General Construction
General Construction is the typical management used for Design-Bid-Build is the most used delivery method in Construction. The General Contractor is employed by the client as part of the bid phase. Likely as a result of the lowest total construction cost.
Services provided as part of the pre-construction planning stages make sure projects are feasible and enable the client to investigate cost effective options. These services include cost estimating, scope of work development, and detailed timeline scheduling to establish budgets and schedules.
Pre-engineered buildings (PEB) have gained much popularity in the past decade because of building owners can expand faster and more cost-efficiently compared to traditional construction. The benefits of PEB’s all have the same premise whether it being steel, wood or fabric. Detailed fabrication is done off site in a factory-controlled environment. The components are designed to fit precisely, with little to no field cutting or welding, thus saving time in the field. The speed of construction, allowing for quicker building occupancy, also means reductions in lost profits due to prolonged construction. The advantages of PEB’s are cost, speed of erection and the capacity for future expansion. Future expansions can be easily addressed in the original building design.
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