consists of experienced construction experts
For turnkey construction projects, we get involved in a project from the early stages of planning and design; proactively laying down the complete roadmap for construction, with pre-defined milestones and backing it up with smart planning tools. On the other hand, if contracted as analysts, auditors or advisors, we do not take the place of your architect, engineer, audit staff, or project manager; we supplement their services by taking the necessary, detailed financial review of your construction project and your construction contracts to the next level—beyond what they would do.
Areas of Expertise
For over 2 decades our clients have placed their trust in our ability to bring their dream projects to life. We work through the 4 stages of developing real estate projects, in a structured and transparent manner.
At the planning stage we clearly define the client’s needs, goals and overall budget parameters. This collaborative approach develops an understanding of challenges and sets benchmarks for success. In addition at this stage define the construction project’s life cycle, the cost, scope, duration, quality, communication, risks and resources.
Once the project kicks off, we see it through its completion. We do this by assigning dedicated project managers who ensure that the project is executed resources and timelines are in line with the plan. Some of the specific tasks during this phase include: assigning teams, executing project management plans, conducting status meetings, updating project schedule, and modifying project plans.
Project performance monitoring & control goes hand in hand with the previous step because they occur simultaneously. Specific key performance (or project) indicators(KPI’s) such as project schedule, estimate to project completion, effort and cost tracking for cost, time and quality are selected and utilized to determine degrees of variation from the original project goal. KPIs keep projects on track and allow managers to proactively work around bottlenecks.
This last step is vitally important because it allows team members to evaluate, document and learn from the project. The project closure happens with a final team meeting, which is usually held and led by a project manager to officially mark the ending of the project. If authorized, we settle the bills on client’s behalf once the final project budget and final budget report is created. This marks the completion of the project.