Management of construction activities, both in the office and on the job site, by our highly qualified personnel is the key to our successful completion of any construction project.
Coordinate all activities between owners, architect, subcontractors, and material suppliers. Work with the project superintendent to integrate all subcontractor work as required per the plans and specifications.
JOB SITE MEETINGS
Organize regularly scheduled job meetings with the owner, architect, subcontractors, and material suppliers to discuss procedures, job progress, coordination problems, and scheduling. Typically we have 1 to 2 meetings a month with all TEAM members. Prepare and distribute meeting minutes to all parties involved.
Establish a cost control system which includes labor, material and subcontractor costs. Monitor job costs on a weekly basis to insure that actual costs are not deviating from budgeted amounts. Review all requests for change orders and submit recommendations to the architect and owner. Monitor change orders and evaluate their impact on the overall project estimate.
Insure that all materials and work conform with or exceed contract requirements.
Organize project phasing if required. Advise owner and architect of current scheduling status. Maintain an updated schedule with input from all parties. Advise owner and architect of any delays from procurement of long lead items or other related problems.
Prepare transmittal records which outline the schedule for expediting and processing shop drawings, catalogs, and samples which are submitted to the architect. Distribute approved submittal information to the project foreman, subcontractors, and material suppliers. Insure that submittals are being completed in a timely manner.
LABOR AND MATERIALS
Take corrective action if necessary to maintain established job schedule. Determine adequacy of subcontractors’ personnel and insure that they are completing their work as scheduled.
JOB SITE RECORDS AND DOCUMENTS
Maintain daily project log of all events which take place on the project. Maintain detailed records of the project progress through all phases of construction. Maintain current photographs at all times. Maintain an up-to-date set of as-built drawings on the jobsite. These drawings are submitted to the owner upon completion of the project.