Construction Management

For investors and knowledgeable homeowners who understand the building and remodeling industry, our construction management service may be the right fit for you.

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  • Dedicated Project Manager
  • Industry leading communication & scheduling platform

  • Meticulous local contractors, fully insured & vetted

What is Construction Management?

Construction management is the practice of planning, coordinating, and overseeing the various activities and tasks involved in a construction project to ensure its successful completion. It involves the effective management of resources, including personnel, materials, equipment, time, and budget, to achieve the project’s goals within the specified constraints.

Construction management encompasses a wide range of responsibilities, which may include:

  • Project Planning: Defining the project scope, objectives, and requirements. Developing a comprehensive project plan that outlines tasks, timelines, and resource allocations.

  • Budgeting and Cost Management: Estimating project costs, creating a budget, and monitoring expenses throughout the project to ensure that costs are controlled and kept within the approved budget.

  • Resource Allocation: Assigning tasks to various team members and ensuring that they have the necessary tools, equipment, and materials to carry out their work efficiently.

  • Scheduling: Developing a detailed project schedule that outlines when each task or phase of the project should be completed. Monitoring progress and making adjustments as needed to keep the project on track.

  • Risk Management: Identifying potential risks that could impact the project’s timeline, budget, or quality. Developing strategies to mitigate these risks and minimize their impact.

  • Quality Control: Implementing quality assurance and quality control measures to ensure that the work meets the project’s specifications and industry standards.

  • Communication: Facilitating effective communication among all stakeholders, including the client, architects, engineers, contractors, and subcontractors. Keeping everyone informed about project progress, changes, and any issues that arise.

  • Contract Management: Managing contracts and agreements with vendors, suppliers, contractors, and subcontractors. Ensuring that all parties adhere to the terms and conditions outlined in the contracts.

Pros of Construction Management

While each approach to building and remodeling has it’s own unique benefits and drawbacks, construction management has it’s own unique pros.

  • Lower overall cost than a traditional General Contractor

  • Clients have a transparent view of the entire process: Scheduling, billing, material purchases, and more.

  • The construction manager works as your consultant and can help you lower costs across the board. 

Cons of Construction Management

While construction management provides unprecedented oversight and control over your new build or remodel, there are also some drawbacks.

  • As the client you need to more involved then with a traditional GC.
  • The client issues all payments for subcontractors and carries insurance on the project.

  • The Client must have a bookkeeping system in place.

Our Process

We handle oversight and management of your project, while still giving you the control and decision-making ability you lose with regular General Contractors.

  • Initial consultation to review your plans or help you procure them.

  • Review total budget and help revise plans to keep budget goals.
  • Setup project on our management software Buildertrend.
  • Receive bids from our screened and qualified subcontractors.
  • Your budget is reviewed and finalized.
  • Project work starts.
  • Invoices are forwarded to you for payments.
  • Weekly progress meetings with the construction manager.

What is the Cost?

All prices are calculated and paid from total progress payments to subcontractors.

  • A $10,000 retainer for project setup and organization.

  • For New Constructions: 10% of Total Project Cost
  • For Remodeling and Additions: 12% of Total Project Cost


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