Preconstruction Services

Research shows that properly engaging a project manager is the most significant factor that can influence the success of a project.  An experienced project manager understands the importance of consistent communications with stakeholders, adherence to schedules and budgets, the ability to identify value on a project, and how the project fits into the overall mission of the owner.

As estimators, we have capabilities that result in exceptional projects that are not only delivered within budget, but provide significant value and feedback to our clients and maximize the scope of their projects. With billions of dollars in estimates provided for our clients, our experience and accuracy allows designers and owners the confidence that comes from the exposure to projects across multiple market sectors. Our estimates boast an accuracy rating within five percent of bids, and our testimonials speak to the appreciation of our clients.

Our scheduling services have been provided both independently and as a part of our overall project management services. The project schedule serves as a primary resource of communicating the timeline, means and methods, planned sequences for all stakeholders. Our approach ensures that our schedules are developed in a realistic, achievable, and measureable manner in order to give the project the best chance to be delivered on time and on budget.

During the preconstruction stage, our company develops the sequence, logic, and resource requirements for the most efficient and cost-effective means of delivering facilities. Best practices and technology are shared within our in-house scheduling user group, which includes representatives from the collective Broaddus family of companies. Our approach also incorporates input from project stakeholders such as the client, architect, and engineers, which allows each team member becomes more invested and accountable to the project milestones. Once developed, our scheduling services help project field staff to better understand the work sequence and expectations. Schedules are controlled through established communication with stakeholders, weekly meetings, look-ahead schedules, and plans that details the sequence of all tasks.