Commercial Construction projects are complex with many stakeholders. Work orders must be completed in proper order and schedules must be maintained to ensure a timely deliverable that is within budget. Clipper Construction provides commercial project management to make sure that commercial construction projects are completed successfully.

When you hire Clipper Construction for commercial project management, we work with your team: architects, engineers, and other consultants – to ensure that your project is completed efficiently and accurately. The goal isn’t to simply deliver a quality result, but to make sure the process is executed in a clear and methodical fashion. Communication is key and our team of project managers strive to ensure that all stakeholders are well informed and that key decision makers are provided the details they need to make informed critical decisions.

When commercial project management is done properly, results are delivered on time and within budget. Collaboration between all parties involved is essential. Without it, commercial construction projects can become complex and expensive.

Project Management

We will assign a project manager, field superintendent, engineer and other staff members as required to effectively manage the construction process.

Coordination Process

During the construction of any project, the coordination of the trades is an integral part of the process. Clipper Construction leverages modern software technologies to make sure that materials are ordered and delivered on time, that tradesmen complete their work in the proper order, and that permits are requested at the proper stage of the construction process.

Additional Construction Steps

We will work with all project team members to define the logistical requirements for the construction process, such as areas for deliveries, placement of barricades (if required) and hours of operation.

Manage Submittals During the Project

Construction submittals are documents submitted by the contractor to the architect for his approval for use in a project. As project managers we ensure that the material and piece of equipment installed during the project are approved by the Architect, Engineer, and/or Designer.

Cost Reporting

Cost reporting is a process used to inform a client (or other party) about the magnitude of a construction project’s predicted, or actual cost. Clipper Construction is responsible to report the aggregation of costs during the construction process. We ensure cost impacting change orders are fully understood by the client before approval.

Final Inspections and Occupancy Permit

All permits must have a final inspection before a Certificate of Occupancy can be issued. It is the builder’s job to schedule city or county inspections at the project times throughout the project. These permit are pulled by the architect and/or trades and fulfilled by the builder.

Reporting and Cost Control

During the construction process, we will provide up-to-date information with respect to changes that have occurred. Aliquam erat volutpat. Nam dui mi, tincidunt quis, accumsan porttitor, facilisis luctus, metus.

Commissioning and Project Closeout

The final phase of the construction process is the commissioning and closeout of the project. This phase occurs after physical construction has been completed, but before the project is actually turned over to the owner. During this time all of the necessary documentation is turned over to the owner, along with an onboarding session to answer any questions that may arise.

During this time final punch-out items are identified by the client and corrected by the general contractor. Clipper Construction does not consider the project complete until the customer is 100% satisfied with the deliverable.