Challenges & Solutions
1 CHALLENGE ONE
General Contractor Communication & Submission Issues
We stepped in as a consultant when the submission details from the project’s general contractor we’re unclear - and worked with them to repackage and submit in manner that was quickly accepted and approved. We also digested each concern and incorporated the requests of the owners in a manner designed to accelerate the decision making process typical within larger large corporations.
2 CHALLENGE TWO
We recognized design items that would be considered too costly for the value it brought to the property in terms of potential resale or revenue generation. This was done in our early analysis report where we identified potential issues and provided optional solutions with associated costs to the owners so decisions could be made quickly. These actions resulted in considerable hard cost savings for the owner, as well as costs related to potential delays.
3 CHALLENGE THREE
Large projects that are expedited are vulnerable to delays, especially when the original schedule or budget is missing scope. With a timeline that was falling backwards, we were relentless with our team and efforts to bring forward a 24/7 open line of communication with the Construction Manager & Owner. We leveraged our relationships to request immediate control of large format sub-trade meetings, verification of construction claims, direct lines with owners executives and added constant supervision of multiple tasks on a daily basis. These actions resulted in bringing the project across the finish line in an acceptable timeframe.