Planning gives way to building, but the transition from paper to building is never perfect. You can manage that transition in a more effective way through a constructability review.

Identify obstacles.

We provide all of our clients with a comprehensive constructability review.

In this review, we are committed to going through all of the plans and finding anything that could have an impact on the cost, time or quality of the project. For example, there may be areas of the plans where details a subcontractor would need to know are missing – by finding those areas and filling in the missing details in advance, we can make sure that subcontractors get what they need earlier in the process, avoiding a delay in the building process.

Experience is key in this process, because the longer a company has been in the industry, the more they have been exposed to, and in turn, the better they will be at spotting potential problem areas in your plans. With our variety of experience, we are well-prepared and willing to dedicate the time to a constructability review.

Save time and money.

The majority of delays and additional costs in the building process occur as a result of problems that could have been identified and addressed in a constructability review. Eliminating a constructability review does not eliminate the problems, it only delays dealing with them. Once the building process has began, time is money. Discovering problems and finding solutions on-site takes time, and therefore, increases costs.

Because we want to manage our clients construction process as efficiently as possible, we value constructability reviews and provide them as early in the process as possible.

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