Construction Project Planning
Planning a Construction Project Starts Way Before Plans are Drawn
Our impact on a project’s outcome is greatest at the planning stage. Our ability to optimize results starts with a defined construction project plan incorporating scope and costs for informed decision-making. Led by our preconstruction manager, the team will work to understand the owner’s vision and objectives for their project. Starting with initial project phasing, we collaborate with the design team and the Owner using our experience to evaluate various phasing and sequencing options, including the people, resources, and budget for the project. Leadership drives the process. After assessing project variables, we create a comprehensive project plan that clarifies programmatic and budgetary objectives.
Our team strives to understand the final desired project outcome and define the steps required to achieve that outcome during construction project planning. In this step, we analyze and select the method and the order of work for a specific project. We identify construction activities, develop the construction schedule, and plan out the team structure. Proper planning is a roadmap for success, reduces the potential for change orders, contains cost overruns, and limits liability.
From working with a client on finding the property to develop to creating a visual sketch or building information model of the conceptual design to project close out, we are a trusted and valued partner to our clients.
Leverages the experience of our team early in the design process.
Minimizes cost by the efficient deployment of available resources.
Alignment of the project design, budget, and schedule.
Encourages innovation and creativity among the team, fostering a more collaborative approach.
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