Services

Project Management

The scope of the work, project schedule and budget are all established with the client. Once the deliverables are mapped out, work can proceed. Throughout the course of the project, computer updates for schedules and costing are completed on a monthly basis. This allows us to not only stay on top of the construction, but to anticipate and plan for any potential challenges that could face the project.

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Fixed Price Tendering

Fixed Price tendering is the traditional method of construction delivery. The owner engages the services of Architectural and Engineering Consultants to prepare a set of working drawings and specifications. When the drawings are completed, competitive bids are called. The successful contractor will typically be the one with the lowest lump sum or fixed price bid. The bid is then reviewed by the owner and the consultants who in turn recommend the contact award. The owner and Timcon Construction enter into…

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Cost Plus or Open Book Construction

A cost plus arrangement is very similar to the traditional fixed price method with the exception that the fee and reimbursable expenses are negotiated between Timcon Construction and the owner. Once the drawings are completed the project is tendered to the trade contractors and suppliers. The worked is commenced. The contractor provides an "open book" for all project costs and is more accountable to the owner in terms of method of construction , cost substantiation and control of the work and trades. In…

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Construction Management

There is a number of Construction Management contract methods used. With all methods the Construction Manager is typically selected through a competitive proposal process or on a negotiated basis. For each method the amount of risk the owner and construction manager assume varies, as well as the scope of services that are provided. Construction management joins the Owner and user groups with the Architect, Design Engineers and Timcon Construction together with the common objective of designing and…

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