Pre-Construction Services

The pre-construction services are to be performed in conjunction for the owner with the design and construction team. It has been our experience that the final deliverable can be substantially enhanced, from both a time and cost standpoint, if an owner's perspective is incorporated early in the design process. Opportunities to provide such services are largely governed by the method of contracting chosen for a given project. 

site survey    

Survey entire project site for:

  • Existing Deficiencies
  • Code Violations
  • ADA Compliance
  • Electrical/Mechanical Capacity
  • Access Issues 

Permit review meeting

Arrange and attend a preliminary permit meeting with the local governing agency. Help identify potential issues that could affect the project schedule. Establish lines of communication with affected inspection agencies.

Conceptual budget formulation

Review preliminary plans and project parameters. Develop an itemized, quantified and qualified budget, organized in CSI (Construction Specification Institute Format) 16 Division Format.


Consult with architect, contractor, and client. Incorporate knowledge of the project scope, jurisdictional constraints, and material availability in developing a preliminary project schedule. Identify responsibilities and key project milestones.


Review project required elements and assist the project team in identifying long lead items that could cause sequencing conflicts or delay the completion and beneficial use of the project.


Analyze the scope of work in each trade category and identify appropriate subcontractors who are qualified to perform this work.  Subcontractors to be selected from exiting pre-qualified database and evaluated on the basis of experience, staffing capability, and financial stability.


Review the project elements and evaluate alternative cost effective substitutions or methods, which will provide the client with improved value.


Review 75% - 95% documents, incorporate enhanced knowledge of the project, and develop a final hard budget suitable for a capital improvement program.


Incorporate knowledge of the project scope, jurisdictional constraints, and material availability in developing a final construction schedule.  Identify critical paths, responsibilities and key project milestones.  Provide team guidelines and performance reporting for on time schedule delivery.

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