What is construction management?
Our Construction Management Process
Review the Proposals
Estimate Timelines, milestones, cash flow requirements, project protocols, resourcing needs
Check requirements for human resources, equipment, and resources at different stages of the project
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What Is Included
- Cost management: Maintain awareness of all costs associated with a project; budget management; anticipate any changes to project scope that could impact cost.
- Contract administration: Create contracts for subcontractors and suppliers; manage payments to contractors; source materials and suppliers.
- Health and safety management: Ensure everyone on-site follows health and safety regulations; prepare health and safety documentation; implement suitable protocols for ongoing practices and regular monitoring.
- Quality management: Deliver projects that meet clients’ specifications; ensure all work complies with quality standards; facilitate regular checks throughout the project lifecycle; minimize delays; maintain relationships with clients, contractors, and staff.
Frequently Asked Questions
A Construction Manager should be the very first firm hired for a project, even before the architect and contractor. A CM is most effective when it is not only afforded the opportunity to manage the construction, but also be part of the design, as it can bring great value to a project before the contractor is on-site.