Construction management for custom estates and residential development
Construction Quality Managment: How to Make a Great Plan and Stick to It
What is quality planning in project management?In construction, "quality" entails a project meeting its design requirements. When quality is ignored, the ensuing troubles may range from cosmetic defects to structural failures, and everything in between. These, [...] 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 project closeout and completion. Qualified construction managers use specialized [...] read more
Identifying Risks and Exposures on Construction Projects
Construction can be precarious. Budget-busting design omissions, unforeseen conditions and everything in between can affect a project’s bottom line; for this reason, construction project risk management is one of the most vital functions of cost estimation. Risk [...] read more
Top 10 Benefits of Professional Construction Management
Thе bеnеfitѕ of professional соnѕtruсtiоn mаnаgеment include highly skilled рrосеѕѕes that fасilitаtе рlаnning, сооrdinаtiоn аnd соntrоl оf а рrоjесt frоm inсерtiоn tо соmрlеtiоn. A professional construction manager will bаlаnсе thе соmреting nееdѕ оf соѕt, ѕсоре аnd [...] read more
Construction Management for Estate Projects
The most important task in a high-end estate project is to assemble the right professional team at the outset. A principal may or may not already have an Architect, Interior Designer or Contractor with whom they [...] read more
A Detailed Guide to Construction Planning
A vague term to begin with, "planning" can be hard to wrap your mind around in the context of construction.This post will try to do just that - untangle construction planning and discuss what construction project [...] 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.