Project and Construction Management

HPIM1997Saywell Contracting’s project management teams invest themselves fully into a project, foreseeing and facing issues head on and focusing on resolving them quickly and efficiently.  In addition to the training, expertise and experience of our project staff, Saywell Contracting utilizes Sage300 Construction Software to assist with project management, administration, quality and cost control methods.  All key staff is trained in and utilizes this program. Sage300 features include, but are not limited to:

 

o   Create, track and distribute documents, including RFI’s, change orders, submittals, meeting minutes and emails;

o   Issue contracts and change orders;

o   Assess status of purchase orders, invoicing and changes to the work;

o   Centralize contact information for each project;

o   Document and coordinate the distribution of drawings and sketches;

o   Create meeting agendas and record proceedings

 

Our management team also is proficient with and utilizes MS Project to develop, maintain RIMG1123and monitor the construction schedule.  Saywell’s Project Team continually monitors the schedule and confers with subcontractors, own forces, the consultants and owners to make any adjustments as construction progresses.  The utilization of multiple methods of project management is instrumental in providing comprehensive project supervision and facilitates the cooperative and timely completion of our projects.

 

Saywell Contracting works diligently along with the project representatives to bring the project within budget as well as within its scheduled completion time.  Unforeseen conditions can cause unexpected fluctuations to the original budget.  Saywell Contracting’s Project Team will work with the owners and consultants to offer product substitutions, cost saving suggestions or other alternatives to facilitate maintaining the contract budget.   Using our industry experience and resources, we look out for our clients’ best interest to insure your project is completed as intended.

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