At Construction Management Services you have many services from which to choose: 

Review of Construction Documents
To ensure that the documents are accurate, consistent and reasonable.

Bill of Quantities
An accurate estimate of cost will best be obtained by pricing measured quantities and items contained in the construction documents. Material ordering lists may also be useful if desired.

Estimate of Cost
Realistic independent cost estimates based on measured quantities and firm proposals for all items and services.

Planning and Scheduling
Time is the essence of the contract hence it is critical that a contract period be established as the first order of business. Planning and scheduling the relevant items of work must be at the heart of the contract.

Evaluation of Proposals
There should be a comparative review of all bids and proposals to ensure that they are fully responsive to the construction documents (without qualifications and exclusions).It is critical at this stage to confirm that the respective bids and proposals are in compliance with the contract conditions.

Building Permit and Inspections
Most permits should be obtained by the licensed contractor executing the work however, the owner must monitor this aspect of the work ensure that all relevant and required permits are obtained and inspections are requested in good time. It should be determined whether any aspect or item of work has to be inspected or reviewed by any Authority Having Jurisdiction (AHJ) other than the relevant building department.

Safety and Health
Required compliance with OSHA and other ‘standard agencies’ should be included in the construction contract. The contractor’s safety program should be reviewed and approved before commencement of the work. Regular and unscheduled safety walks should be done to establish whether a safe worksite is being maintained.

Compliance with Contract
Generally most items under this heading would be covered under architectural services, but should that not be the case, then responsibility would fall to the owner or the construction manager. Close attention should be given to testing laboratory services, shop drawings, product data and samples, project record documents, building code inspections, subcontractor coordination, installation sequencing, quality control, certificates for payment, change orders and final accounts.

Here again, as with contract compliance, the contract should name the responsible party; if not the architect then the owner or the construction manager will satisfy himself that all defects have been rectified, all statutory requirements have been met and that the work has been completed as intended by the construction documents.


We provide Construction Management Services in the entire state of Florida including the following large Florida counties:  Broward County, Sarasota County, Seminole County, Orange County, Marion County, Palm Beach County, Leon County, Lee County, Escambia County, Alachua County, Miami-Dade County, Pasco County, Brevard County, Duval County, Volusia County, Manatee County, Hillsborough County, Polk County, Collier County, Pinellas County and others.

We offer Florida Construction Management Services  all over Florida including the following metro areas: Fort Lauderdale, Daytona Beach, West Palm Beach/Boca Raton, Jacksonville, Ft. Walton Beach,  Gainesville, Sarasota / Bradenton, Melbourne, Pensacola, Punta Gorda, Lakeland, Fort Myers, Tallahassee, Palm Bay, Ocala, Miami, Orlando, Clearwater, Naples, Winter Haven, Fort Pierce/Port St. Lucie, St. Petersburg, Cape Coral, Panama City, Tampa, Titusville  and surrounding areas.