Construction Management Program
Global Engineering provides complete construction services as general contractors (GC, registered in State of Florida) and construction management services as construction managers (CM) on new projects as well as projects involving renovation or site restoration. Our services include overseeing new, renovation and restoration work to insure compliance with local health and safety regulations and building codes. As part of our construction administration services, we provide comprehensive project planning services, including feasibility studies, scheduling, and cost estimating services. We prepare specifications for remediation projects, assist in contractor screening and selection, monitor OSHA compliance, and provide on-site administration to assure a successful resolution to the project. We assist the building owner in developing construction contracts and interpreting contracts in case of construction disputes to identify or clarify the responsibilities of the various parties to the contract.
We have been responsible for design and oversight for many projects large and small involving cost estimating. Many of these projects have involved intricate restoration and renovation of existing facilities and equipment that must be accomplished during tight construction periods with fixed completion dates enforced by liquidated damages.
Global Engineering can provide complete CM services including the following:
General Contracting and Construction Management Services.
Development of costs and analysis of the construction sequence, duration, and carrying costs in order to evaluate the cost benefit of different construction schemes or material choices.
Life cycle cost analysis as part of cost optimization studies for issues such as upgrades to insulation or equipment that affect energy costs during operation, or material quality that affects maintenance costs and replacement schedules.
Analysis of project cost documentation to determine the incremental increase in renovation project costs due to environmental remediation.
Retrospective development of project schedules from documentation such as payment applications, schedule of values, project meetings, and historic and public documents.
Life cycle cost analysis and value engineering, including calculation of least cost of ownership, considering factors such as initial cost, financing, maintenance, energy, replacement, and other costs.
Development of cost models applying historical data, national unit costs, and geographical adjustments to determine cost trends or overall costs for a building type or family of types.
Owner Representation, Budget, Scheduling, and Planning Review and Coordination , Closeout and Certificate of Occupancy.