Whether you have an upcoming construction project that involves … manufacturing, stadium construction, shopping malls, bridges / highways or school construction … large or small, there is going to be CM at risk involved. Some are predicted and expected … some are unexpected and could never have been anticipated, no matter how careful the planning or design team works.

HICAPS works with all parties, from construction contractors, owner and architect / designer to estimate the cost of constructing a project based on the goals of the designer and owner, and the overall scope of the project. Adjustments can be made to the project to be more cost-effective without having to complete construction documents as a predecessor to pricing.

The Construction Manager can oftentimes spend significant resources with onsite management and waste everyone’s time. Instead … HICAPS manages the budget before the design is finalized. This delivers to the Owner a design within his budget and within a contractually agreed upon time schedule.

The Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) (a primary US construction management certification and advocacy body) says most common responsibilities of a Construction Manager fall into the following 7 categories:

  • Project Management Planning
  • Cost Management
  • Time Management
  • Quality Management
  • Contract Administration
  • Safety Management
  • CM Professional Practice

HICAPS can oversee all of the above aspects of your project to optimize your time and construction schedule. Contact us for more information on how HICAPS can help you with Construction Project Management and sign up for our quarterly company newsletter!