Managing Projects With Ease

Trusting us with every detail isn't an easy decision. That said you need people on the job that know what they are doing on every phase and that is what we specialize in. We hire experts that focus specifically on a certain phase of your project.

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At RimStone Construction we take project management very seriously and directing people in the right direction is a passion we have. We understand outsourcing this to the right company is extremely important to our clients and obviously, trust plays an immense role. At any rate completing a task that can drastically make a huge impact on projects is something we never take lightly so we only put our most experienced in charge.

Primary role of our construction project managers

Our professionals will help to make absolutely sure your project is going smooth and as planned. We will manage your project so that it’s completed on time and most importantly stays on the cash plan. As well as specifying schedules and hiring our sub-contractors we will clearly communicate with everyone on the job site to ensure there are no mix-ups. As most of us are aware that have been in the construction industry there tends to be a few conflicts that may arise and we play the role of mediators. Making the tough decisions so you don’t have to. Everything from time management, contract administration, and most importantly safety control our experts are efficient in every aspect.

Our Construction Model

We like to tie in multiple types of process that fits our client's needs. For the most part, we start by designing and work our way through to the contracts. This way after we are finished designing the project out we allow the business owner choose the contractor they see fit. As soon as the bidding procedure is finished we can now begin the construction stage. Additionally, our project managers have mastered every phase of the construction project.

Given the different layers of the construction, industry integration plays a huge role. All in all, we have been really impressed by the consultants we have put on important projects. They have come up with solutions to tackle day to day operations and keep our clients more than satisfied. By appointing a specific specialist to certain parts of a project we have been able to be more efficient and ensure the project are completed on time and within or lower than expected budget.

Identifying Risk

The conditions of contracts especially construction contracts always have warranty provisions. The basic condition of a warranty may demand the contractor to replace or restore defects in work performed or materials that have been ordered. If you deal wth equipment vendors and third party contractors that work on the job site they have an option to compare warranties to the original provisions. At this time they will be presented with an option to extend their warranty.

A large role we play is simply recognizing risk and reducing these risk so your project runs smooth as possible. Allowing time to review specifications such as general requirements and warranty obligations is critical. When you spend the time to review proposals can give you the best protection.

Maximizing Efforts To Help With Changes

As the construction industry grows the capacity to govern change can be the difference between you getting a return on your investment or going in the black. At RimStone, we assert a change management procedure utilizing the contracts change order requirements or our client's system expands the effectiveness of scheduling, labor efficiency, and other components of change. Implementing proper steps immediately when a change occurs can assist you in saving time and money.

  1. Review your contracts rather than just throwing them in a drawer where they are forgotten. Even if you need a qualified professional to review the contracts and have them brief you on the important sections. By implementing this practice into your project task will ensure you will understand who to go to when a conflict occurs.
  2. Identify the types of change. A Big mistake we see is contractors not identifying the type of change that can happen. Is it additional work? Delay of materials? Injuries? Or Site conditions. Anticipation is key.
  3. Communicate with all third parties. Notifying other people involved can help save you time in the long run. When everyone is on the same page you win. Remember all components of the project need to work as a single unit even though we are from separate companies.