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Development Phase

 Mobilize and establish on-site offices and facilities, including phones, computers and start-up staff.

 Review evolving project plans to identify means and method and establish preliminary project schedule.

 Evaluate local market and establish preliminary bid lists and suppliers.

 If applicable, work with owner and architect to establish a preliminary project budget and schedule.

 Develop bid packages as related to the various trades and pre-qualify contractors for bid lists.

Service Detail

Preconstruction

 Review plans and specifications with owner and architect for completeness prior to sending bid packages.

 Establish procedures for bidding, scheduling, change orders, reporting and project responsibilities.

 Identify long lead-time items and begin pricing and purchasing.

 Work with owner and architect to insure that all final governmental agency approvals are obtained.

 Mobilize complete project staff for start of construction.

 Provide project master schedule.

 Begin project reporting to owner.

 Implement a policy and procedure regarding job safety and security.

Bidding and Awards

 Distribute bidding documents.

 Schedule and conduct pre-bid meetings as required to clarify specifics of project.

 Update preliminary budgets and schedules to owner as the information is obtained.

 Receive and analyze all bids and review with the owner.

 Finalize budget and project schedule.

 Award subcontractors and issue purchase orders per project schedule.

Project Scheduling

 Review the project schedule with all trades and develop methods to insure that the project schedule is met.

 Adjust the schedule for changing conditions and unanticipated interferences.

 Update a master schedule on a monthly basis to show status of work in progress.

Construction, Project Management and Supervision

 Obtain all necessary permits, licenses and inspections required.

 Assure that all material, equipment and work performed are in accordance with the contract documents through daily inspections of work performed.

 Maintain a current set of plans and specifications, including addendums, on the job site; along with all approved permit documents.

 Maintain an as-built plan to be turned over to the owner upon completion.

 Arrange for all required inspections and testing according to project documents.

 Coordinate with all local government authorities and utility companies involved.

 Arrange job site progress, scheduling and safety meetings with subcontractors and owner.

 Receive, check and process to owner all releases of claims required prior to final payment of contractors.

 Apply for and obtain a final Certificate of Occupancy for the project as required by the contract documents.

 Process shop drawings and submittals promptly to avoid project delays.

Cost Control

 Receive and process payments and draws from suppliers and subcontractors; process draws to the owner according to project draw schedule.

 Review all changes proposed or required, and make recommendations regarding their impact on cost and scheduling.

 Make available to the owner the overall cost record for the project. The documents will include contract cost records, copies of all invoices, contract billings, cash receipts and disbursements.

 Review project documents and materials for any value engineering available.

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