Construction management is a professional service that provides you as a project owner with effective management of the project’s schedule, cost, quality, safety, scope, and function. Construction management is compatible with all project delivery methods. Our sole responsibility is to the owner and to a successful project.
At its core, a capital project is made up of three parties (excluding the CM):
- The owner, who commissions the project and either funds the project directly or finances it through a variety of methods.
- The architect/engineer, who designs the project.
- The general contractor, who oversees day-to-day operations and manages subcontractors.
The CM represents the owner’s interest and provides oversight over the entire project directly for the owner. Our goal is to work with all parties to deliver the project on time, at or under budget, and to the owner’s expected standard of quality, scope, and function.
Our Construction Managmeent team are uniquely qualified through combined education and experience to work with the owner, architect, general contractor, and other stakeholders to determine the best possible sequence of construction operations and develop a detailed schedule and budget, while also establishing plans for project safety and security and helping the owner manage risk. This requires using project management information systems (PMISs) and complex planning techniques, like critical path method, as well as knowledge of construction methods.
PBI emphasize a lot of our engineering and construction works on Value Engineering, by providing options to our client with not only conventional construction method or material that is commonly used in Indonesia, but also with new method, material and or proven technology.
Why Hire Us as your Construction Management company?
We will view the project from a comprehensive perspective and typically manage the entire process: feasibility, entitlement, preconstruction, coordination of design, budget, schedule, quality and function, risk management, retention and coordination of the project team.
Most savings opportunities are identified during the early planning and preconstruction phases when a comprehensive scope of work is established and the total project budget is defined.
We will offer improvements and critical feedback on scope decisions and their cost implications, all of which need to be explored and weighed against schedule.
An optimal project team will include the owner, construction manager and architect to provide a “checks and balances” system that enables major design decisions to be made on the basis of cost, schedule and quality implications as well as aesthetics and function.
Project owner should receive full information on all implications of a design issue or change in order to make an informed decision. It is our team’s job to prepare such information to be presented to you throughout the project duration.
We will identify, analyze and mitigate risks to protect the owner from liability. Risk exposures can include financial risks from cost overruns, uncontrolled change orders or unstable market pricing; unforeseen site conditions such as hazardous materials; the potential for construction defects, accidents or mistakes.
Ultimately your new project’s goal is to increase or improve your production capacity and thus your profitability. We are here so that you can focus on your main goal, while we focus on the nitty gritty of your construction project.