Construction Management

Construction Management is defined by Wikipedia as “the overall planning, co-ordination and control of a project from inception to completion aimed at meeting a client’s requirements in order to produce a functionally and financially viable project that will be completed on time within authorized cost and to the required quality standards”.

Working within these parameters, Kenosia Construction stresses cost savings and open lines of communication as two of our most significant contributions. In a typical General Contracting pricing situation, some risk and inefficiencies must be incorporated into the price to protect the builder from unforeseen issues. A builder can capitalize on these opportunities if these issues can be successfully overcome.

In a Construction Management scenario, the end user becomes a part of the construction process under the guidance and expertise of the builder. The client would be an integrated part of subcontractor and material selection, pricing, and construction options. As a result, the customer bears the risk of unforeseen issues and inefficiencies, but would also reap the reward from any opportunities and efficiencies.

Kenosia Construction would be dedicated to maintaining open communication throughout the process to minimize the project risk and maximize the opportunities for reward for the customer. Kenosia Construction would educate the customer on construction best practices, counsel them on subcontractor and material selection, and walk them through a custom designed critical path, all in the effort to keep the customer maximally informed and satisfied.