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This Is How ECS Helps Owners With Construction Projects

Scott Flynn - CEO of ECS  and another ribbon cutting ceremony!

 


 

Since ECS was founded in 2004, we have combined our diverse experience, Continuous Improvement methods and our deep Christian values to develop an exceptional approach to helping owners with their construction projects. We have the track record and happy clients to prove it. 

Schedule an appointment with us and we will show you our SOPs and explain how we can work together to make your project a success.

We always dovetail our services to meet our clients' needs, but a typical ECS approach looks like this:

Preliminary Phase

  1. Owner will schedule a meeting with ECS.
  2. Owner will describe their project needs, available resources, concerns and preferred design firms or contractors.
  3. Owner will allow ECS to develop a customized plan to meet the owner's needs.
  4. Owner and ECS will review the plan together and adjust it as needed.
  5. Owner will enter an agreement with ECS.

 

Design Development Phase

  1. ECS will develop a Request for Quote (RFQ) for architect and engineer (A & E) services.
  2. ECS will solicit multiple, competitive bids from qualified A & E firms, complete bid comparison analysis, and recommend to Owner the best firms to hire.
  3. ECS will develop a preliminary budget and schedule.
  4. ECS will generate a specialized AIA agreement form for Owner to hire A & E firms.
  5. ECS will oversee A & E design services, conduct regular design development meetings, identify and track critical "Action Items" that must be addressed, issue detailed meeting minutes, and generate monthly progress reports.

 

Construction Phase

  1. Based on Owner needs, ECS will recommend the best project delivery method, i.e., Design/Bid/Build, Design/Build, General Contractor/CM-at-risk, Multiple Prime Contractors, Public/Private Partnership, etc.
  2. ECS will develop a Request For Proposal (RFP) for construction services. 
  3. ECS will solicit multiple, competitive bids from qualified contractors, complete bid comparison analysis, and recommend the best contractors to hire.
  4. ECS will develop a final, accurate budget and a realistic, attainable schedule.
  5. ECS will generate a specialized AIA agreement form for Owner to hire contractors.
  6. ECS will oversee contractor construction services, do regular site visits to monitor progress, conduct regular project meetings, identify and track critical "Action Items" that must be addressed, issue detailed meeting minutes, and generate monthly progress reports.

 

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