Project Management

We will assign a project manager, field superintendent, engineer and other staff members as required to effectively manage the construction process. Small projects can be effectively managed with fewer construction management professionals, while larger projects require additional project management professionals.

Coordination Process

During the construction of any project, the coordination of the trades is an integral part of the process, especially with respect to the mechanical and electrical trades. As projects get more involved and difficult, coordination, scheduling and driving production are the key to a successful project.

Addition Construction Steps

We will work with all project team members to define the logistical requirements for the construction process, such as areas for deliveries, placement of barricades (if required) and hours of operation.

Shop Drawings and Submittals

Shop drawings and submittals on larger projects are an important requirement. They provide a system of checks and balances, which allow all stake holders in a project to know that all materials being ordered and delivered have been approved.

Cost Reporting

A constant monitoring of project costs is important to keep a project moving forward within the requirements of the budget.

Final Inspections and Occupancy Permit

Working through various inspections during the construction of the project prepare the project for successful Final Inspections and Certificate of Occupancy.

Reporting and Cost Control

During the construction process, we will provide up-to-date information with respect to changes that have occurred. Immediate Daily and Weekly Progress Reports to the owner, help to keep open lines of communication. Effective monitoring of costs help the project to remain “ON-Budget and ON-Time”.

Commissioning and Project Closeout

One of the most critical stages of the construction process is the commissioning and closeout of the project. Early in the project, a Close Out Log, Commissioning and Training must be scheduled and close out submittals closely monitored. Large projects have a large volume of documents that must be submitted to the General Contractor at the end of the project by subcontractors and vendors.

Service Brochure


An overview of our construction services from Construction Management, Design-build, General Contracting to Small Jobs and Service Work