Typically hired for his industry experience, an owner’s representative oversees all elements of a building project on the behalf of an investor or developer. The role of an owner’s representative is to secure building permits, assess bid proposals, formulate a detailed construction master plan, carry out in-depth on-site inspections, promote good communication and enforce compliance with all relevant construction laws. To become an owner’s representative, it’s necessary to attain a degree in construction economics, civil engineering or a similar closely-associated field.
It’s important to have strong leadership and decision-making skills. Our owner’s representative construction management services have helped dozens of public agencies, municipalities and developers in the properly administrated development of new office buildings, schools, hotels, universities, fire stations, libraries, police stations and town halls. We stand apart in the way our experts are so closely specialised in construction, environmental, engineering and architectural services – putting us in a strong position to add value on all stages of project management.
Our owner’s representative construction assignments generally cover every stage of a job from the pre-construction phase to closeout. All along the pre-construction phase, KDF helps clients with project definition, architect or engineer selection, budgeting, contractor selection, value engineering options and schedules, among other details. In the course of the construction phase itself, we handle the entire contract administration process to ensure all parties meet their contractual obligations on issues of quality, safety, schedule and overall compliance.
KDF goes above and beyond what the typical construction manager is able to achieve. Our experts are carefully selected for the role - and properly equipped to take the pressure off your shoulders by focusing on the details.
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