From pre-construction to post-construction, our team works with the client and users to make sure the overall design and construction process is successful. While some of our clients have prior experience with the construction process and construction management, others may need more assistance and we are there to facilitate the process and provide answers. Our team collaborates with every client and their design team to review the client’s project goals.


Creating a budget is the most important pre-construction services we offer. Preliminary budgets are generally based on square footage costs. We also offer professional advice on durability and life cycle costs based on the budget. Our clients make the final decision with our team providing a realistic budget and estimated project costs. Throughout the process, we work with the client to reconcile the design and costs through constructing and value engineering to assure a predictable and successful outcome.


Once your budget is in, plans are approved, and permits have come back we are ready to start renovating or building the perfect place. We have a phenomenal team that works hard to keep your project on time and under budget. We know from our time building our residential division how important it is so we make recommendations about saving time and costs.


Detailed phasing plans address operational, code-related and scheduling issues before construction begins to facilitate time savings, reduce the number of mobilizations and to create the least interference with ongoing operations during construction. Our team works closely with each client to develop these phasing plans to assure they can maintain ongoing business operations and continuity of construction with fewer disruptions.


We provide our clients with a comparative analysis of different building systems they are considering for their project to establish its long-term performance and value versus the initial cost for construction/installation of that system. This allows them to make informed decisions about the best course of action for meeting their project design and budget goals. Performing this analysis and selecting specific system options early in the design process results in predictable outcomes with fewer change orders and delays.