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Construction Management

Wort Construction and Design > Construction Management

Construction Project Management (CPM) is the overall planning, coordination, and control of a project from beginning to completion. CPM is aimed at meeting a client’s requirement in order to produce a functionally and financially viable project. The construction industry is composed of five sectors: residential, commercial, heavy civil, industrial, and environmental. A construction manager holds the same responsibilities and completes the same processes in each sector. All that separates a construction manager in one sector from one in another is the knowledge of the construction site.

Wort Construction and Design offers start-to-finish project management services for all our clients. We’ll provide you with a single point of contact who can coordinate all phases, teams, maintenance and material planning while working closely with our in-house contracting teams to ensure success for all stakeholders involved in the project.

The common stages of construction project management
1) Feasibility + Design

Before any physical builds can begin, our project managers lead feasibility studies to understand the goals and challenges that may arise based on the proposed building and its intended uses. Once a plan is in place, we create schematic design sketches and floor plans, working to define things like square footage, materials, colours, structural considerations and more before preparing official contract documents.

2) Pre-construction

Once we’ve got the official green-light to begin work, our project management services are put into action. We begin with site investigations to inspect and assess the building environment, giving special consideration to elements like soil condition, environmental impact, and historical integrity. We also nail down the project delivery timelines that need to be met throughout each phase of work.

3) Procurement

At this point, a project manager would typically open up bidding to different contractors interested in the job – but at BUILD IT, we’re able to coordinate most, if not all, of those responsibilities internally. This is also the stage in which we begin to secure all the necessary materials and equipment for the job, establishing purchase orders with any suppliers or third parties that will become involved in the project.

4) Delivery

Once our construction project management team has finished setting the stage, we start building. Each project is assigned a superintendent who stays in close communication with your project manager, creating a direct line of contact between client and job site. Since everyone is on the same team here at BUILD IT, we’re able to quickly identify, communicate, and solve challenges should they arise during construction.

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