We will meet to discuss your vision. We will have an open discussion to be certain all the parties understand the vision, entire process, and the end goal. It is the specific process construction managers use to lay out how they will manage and execute a construction project, from designing the structure to ordering materials to deploying workers and subcontractors to complete various tasks.
This is when the bidding has been done and personal selections can be made. The construction schedule is finalized. Contract is signed and any building permits will be obtained. Typically, the pre-construction phase includes creating a strategic plan for the project, creating a design, securing permits or entitlements, and gathering the labor and resources required for construction.
It’s time for the project team to order and obtain materials, equipment, and workforce. Any changes are approved and scheduled. This process site Clearance, Excavation, Foundation, Plinth beam or slab, superstructure clolumn and beam, brickmasonry work, lintel over door window, floor slab or roof structure, plastering, door and window framing and fixations, painting, electrical and plumbing, exterior finshing and internal finshing.
After construction is complete, we address any warranty, operation and maintenance documents. And most importantly, we have built yet another great relationship with another happy customer. The key activities in project completion are gathering project records; disseminating information to formalize acceptance of the product, service, or project; and performing project closure. As the project manager, you will need to review project documents to make certain they are up-to-date.