General Contracting / CM-At-Risk

As a General Contractor or CM-At Risk, Jones & Jones delivers the highest quality projects through attention to detail, subcontractor management, and client oriented philosophy.

Pre-Construction Services

  • Participate in Concept Phase planning
  • Master Schedule preparation and updates
  • Phasing studies
  • Participate in Feasibility Phase planning
  • Procurement strategy development
  • Construction contract and subcontract development
  • Pre-qualification of subcontractors and vendors
  • Preparation of Bills of Quantity and bidding documents
  • Subcontractor bid evaluation and recommendations
  • Subcontractor and vendor selection
  • Participate in design deliverables criteria
  • Participate in building systems evaluation and recommendations
  • Participate in utilities review and evaluation
  • Preconstruction planning in Schematic Design Phase, Design Development (“DD”) Phase and Construction Documentation (“CD”) Phases of design
  • Construction Budgeting in all phases of design from Concept Phase to CD Phase
  • Value Analysis, Cost Engineering and Value Engineering
  • Preparation and updates of detailed construction schedules
  • Constructability Review
  • Code compliance review
  • Design coordination review
  • Recommendations on peer review of design
  • Participate in LEED and USGBC achievement strategies
  • Advisement on agency review process

Construction

  • Coordination with agency authorities
  • Obtain building permits
  • Fixtures, furnishings and equipment (“FF&E”) procurement planning
  • Establish CM IT system
  • Updating of Master Schedule
  • Construction network scheduling
  • Weekly issuance of 3-Week Look Ahead Schedules
  • Evaluation of subcontractors’ network schedules
  • Contract administration of subcontractors
  • Cost control and reporting
  • Financial accounting and control
  • Analysis of change order requests from subcontractors and management of the change order process
  • Claims avoidance
  • Field coordination of subcontractors
  • Management of Quality Assurance and Quality Control
  • Self-performance of specific trades pre-approved by Owner
  • Oversight of material testing and control of testing
  • Safety Program Implementation

 

Post Construction

  • Facility start-up
  • Facility and systems commissioning
  • Dispute resolution, if any, with subcontractors
  • Coordination of FF&E suppliers and deliveries
  • Anniversary facility walk-through with client and architect
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