Construction management for custom estates and residential development
Which Delivery Method is the Most Appropriate for Your Construction Project?
A construction project's planning, design, and construction can be organized in several ways, also known as delivery methods. Like contract types, delivery methods dictate the contractual relationships between the client and the contractor, while adding the [...] read more
What are Submittals in Construction?
Like the wheels of a clock, countless procedures work in concert to deliver a successful construction project. Construction submittals are one such process and are used to enforce a project's design requirements and fulfill the client's [...] read more
Unforeseen Conditions: Hazards That Can Derail a Renovation Project
Renovation projects are an exciting opportunity to breathe new life into a building.Lamentably, they're also prone to shocking cost overruns and time delays that stem from defects hiding in a building's walls or structure. Apart from [...] read more
What is Construction Management?
Professional construction project management is a super fine-tuned system designed to facilitate planning, coordination and control of a project from the early stages all the way to completion. Qualified construction managers use specialized project management techniques [...] read more
The Benefits of Skillful Contract Administration
How to Optimize your Construction ProjectIf you're planning a construction project, you may feel overwhelmed by all of the clauses of the construction contract. Yes, they are complicated. But you don't have to manage them alone. [...] read more
Why Coordination is Key in Construction Design
Most projects require the input of several disciplines' to produce a complete set of drawings and specifications needed to erect a building. Architects, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineers usually comprise the design team, while [...] read more
Development for high-value homes and estates and multi-family residential projects requires deep experience and leadership at the highest levels. Skillful negotiation is essential to shepherd large projects through the planning & approvals process in order to anticipate and resolve potential problems that can delay or derail the project. Strong leadership is required to manage the large teams of professionals and ensure collaboration and communication. A qualified construction manager provides expertise in a myriad of areas including construction, contracts, risk management, finance, scheduling and budgeting strategies and construction methods and technologies. In residential development, construction managers are particularly valuable as they serve as the owners’ representative and project liaison. Their role is to manage the project on the owner’s behalf to reduce risk and overall project costs and deliver value without sacrifice to the original program and vision.