​​​Construction Management 

Our construction management model incorporates our planning, estimating, and technical service platform to identify and mitigate challenges prior to construction commencement. We examine each project to evaluate construction methods, analyze cost, and feasibility, and devise appropriate building solutions to deliver the project in accordance with the client’s intended goals. Conley Management Group develops a detailed construction plan utilizing the latest construction estimating and scheduling software to provide cost effective solutions and critical path schedules from commencement to completion. Our analytic acumen developed from past project monitoring has enhanced our evaluation of construction expenditures allowing us to implement management strategies that offer efficiency and cost savings on all projects; big or small. 

We believe that well constructed and budgeted infrastructure is the basis for sustainable growth and long term value for our clients. With that in mind we focus on adding value to our client's investments by focusing on superior craftsmanship and cost control. 

Construction Management Services

• Oversight of construction means, methods, sequencing and procedures
• Provide estimating, cost savings, alternate systems and materials recommendations
• Oversight of shop drawings and material quality sampling
• Scheduling, delivery, and storage of systems and materials
• Supervising work performed by trades for quality and conformity with plans and specifications
• Maintaining and updating project schedules
• Conduct project meetings with client and trades to monitor job progress
• Management of change orders and general conditions
• Coordination with municipal authorities, governmental agencies, and utility companies
• Expediting and securing all permits, licenses, inspections, sign-offs, occupancy certificates required by jurisdictional agencies
• Comprehensive punch list services
• Upon substantial completion of construction, examine work to assure efficacy, quality and proper commissioning of equipment