Construction Management (CM) is a holistic approach to managing a construction project. The goal of construction project management (CPM) is to deliver a successful project from start to finish, hassle-free. This method saves time and money by eliminating miscommunications due to having a single point of contact.
With the construction management delivery method, your design and building specifications will be tailored to your business needs.
Benefits of Construction ManagementConstruction management allows the client to establish the goals of the project early and determine a scope of work. By having one single point of communication, this delivery method eliminates the confusion and potential for mistakes that could get your project off track. Utilizing construction project management is ideal for those clients who want to be able to focus on their business through the duration of the project and don't have much experience in the construction industry.
Our Approach to Construction ManagementConstruction management is ideal for anyone who doesn't typically deal in the construction industry. Through our hands-on approach, Diamond ensures that every detail of the project is given proper attention to achieve your goals hassle-free.
From design to procurement to construction, we are there to oversee every step of the way. No matter how large or small the project is, our team is experienced and able to adapt accordingly to the specific needs of each client.
Why Choose Diamond Commercial Construction?We take a hands-on approach to ensure that every detail of your project is given the proper attention and client goals are met and can adapt to any project, small or large. Every step of the way, Diamond is there to ensure a functionally and financially viable project.
- Construction Services
- Design Build
- Construction Management
- Remodeling & Renovation
- Ground Up Construction
- Construction Management Services
- Landlord requirements
- Site conditions
- Representative for client/entities
- Assistance with site selection, design team, and vendors/suppliers
- Overall growth planning
- Planning and project management
- Estimating and budgeting