Conceptual design and estimate
A conceptual estimate is a preliminary estimate. It is the first serious effort made to predict the cost of the project. A conceptual estimate is usually performed as part of the project feasibility analysis at the beginning of the project. In this way, the estimate is made with limited information on project scope, and is usually made without detailed design and engineering data. The conceptual estimate is also defined as approximate estimate and used to know the budget for a project. Considerable experience and judgment are required to obtain a dependable approximate estimate for the cost.
Design assist and value engineering
Design assist and value engineering to identify alternate materials and methods for cost-effectiveness.
Project Scheduling & Logistic Plan
Preconstruction phase schedule management is one of the key roles of the preconstruction manager. Creating a realistic and detailed schedule for all design, approval, estimating and purchasing activities to ensure that construction activities begin on schedule is the primary objective of our preconstruction schedule.
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