Before actual construction commences, checking as-built conditions, dimensions and conditions of existing surfaces scheduled to be re-used
A recognized preconstruction management team can also foster a stronger, more reliable sense of teamwork based on the respect only a reputable firm is afforded in our extremely competitive industry. Our preconstruction management services also focus on:
Our general construction services picks up where our preconstruction management leaves off, by centralizing and collaborating with everyone related to your commercial construction project. Because of this, our complete general construction services involve working hands-on with each client, project architects and all necessary subcontractors. Features of Bayley Construction’s complete general construction services include:
Schedule monitoring to ensure your project stays on target including inspections and permit processes
Advanced management systems and training, including our newly refined Project Management Database
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Selecting the Design-Build Team
Bayley Construction uses management tools as eﬀective methods to distribute information and to control and organize projects. We are the main “conduit” of information ﬂow and must be the most organized part of the project team. Our Project Management database, built on the Microsoft Access® platform, allows us to track and link all information processes and systems together. With this system, nothing is ever “forgotten” and all issues, revisions and questions are properly documented and dealt with expediently. The following project logs are management tools linked within the database and are used by our teams:
Cost Control Log
Submittal Log and Submittal Forecast Listing by CSI Division
Material Procurement and Delivery Schedules
Subcontract Buyout Log for Each Trade
Rental Equipment Log for General Conditions and Self-Performed Work
Biweekly Project Management Meeting Agenda and Minutes
Other Management tools within our Project Management processes and job ﬁeld management:
CPM Schedule and Updates
Eight-Week Short Interval Schedules
Subcontract Paperwork Status Report (Indicates status of insurance certiﬁcates/ endorsements; subcontract agreement; bonds; signed and executed sub-change orders; subcontract close-out documents.)
Project Superintendent and Project Engineer Daily Reports
Complete Project Safety Program and Site Speciﬁc Safety Manual (Administered by our Regional Safety Engineer in conjunction with our Corporate Safety Oﬃcer. This includes all training, forms and reporting systems, which comply with or exceed OSHA safety procedures.)
Overhead trade (mechanical, ﬁre protection, plumbing, electrical, acoustical, drywall) coordination meetings before, during and after shop drawing phase to assure all trades are coordinated to avoid conﬂicts and claims that usually arise in this area where each trade is trying to establish their “zone” to install their materials.
We consider Critical Path Method Scheduling one of the most important pieces of our entire construction process. We initiate and drive this process from the beginning of the pre-construction phase. All activities are listed, including critical milestone dates required of the owner, consultants, city officials and the contractor.
Schedules are status-updated, issued every month and reviewed at major status meetings. The superintendents create, maintain and issue 8-week Short Interval Schedules. These are tracked against the CPM schedule for progress and are exceptionally detailed to show specific phased areas.
The schedule is used in bidding out all sub trades and becomes an exhibit each subcontractor is contractually bound to.