At TRINITY Group Construction, Inc., we take great pride in our pre-construction services. While other companies may jump the gun to break ground, the real key to a successful construction project is proper planning and value engineering. We know firsthand that the careful and calculated efforts we put forth before construction begins consistently saves our clients significant amounts of time and money. Delivering high-quality commercial construction projects safely, on time, and on budget is always our main goal.
Open Conversation And Efficient Strategies
At TRINITY, we take the time to listen to all of your wishes and requirements, and we are happy to offer our expert building advice and creative ideas to cultivate the perfect plan for your commercial construction project. We take great pride in working collectively with all stakeholders during pre-construction meetings, analyzing options and varying alternatives, refining schedules, building partnerships, and developing realistic pricing points. We also use these meetings to make recommendations on the availability of materials and labor, establish time requirements for procurement and installation, and lay out cost factors related to the design, materials and logistics of the construction. Overall, we want to ensure that you have a clear picture of the plan moving forward, and are 100% confident in choosing TRINITY as your general contractor.
Our Pre-Construction Services Include
At TRINITY, we offer a full range of pre-construction services, including value-added analysis, involving practical recommendations on the constructability of the project. We help create budgets with clearly-listed scopes of work and itemized costs, along with detailed schedules outlining all milestones, critical path sequences, long lead time analysis, procurement timetables, and critical decision points. We perform site logistics planning to optimize the flow of workers, materials, and equipment, and to ensure there are no disruptions to current operations or work. We perform a safety analysis and then develop a safety plan to help ensure the safety of everyone on the job site.