Drawing on decades of project experience and expertise, Sevenson provides clients with reliable constructability review services. Simply put, the most important decisions affecting the cost and schedule of remedial construction and environmental dredging projects are made during the preliminary phases. These decisions, however, are typically made without the perspective of individuals experienced in the practical aspects of performing the work. This can result in uneconomical use of time and resources during design and implementation phases, and lead to costly change orders and schedule delays.
Incorporating the constructability review into the project planning process reduces the potential of these issues. Proactive companies are consulting with Sevenson during project engineering and design phases to draw on Sevenson’s experience and expertise.
Sevenson launched its project planning services in response to requests from customers. Every customer posed the same question: Is it possible with earlier contractor input to reduce cost and accelerate project completion? Sevenson responds to this question by offering the constructability review, a process that opens communication channels early in a project among the owner, contractor, and engineer. Early communication produces better results.
Experienced Sevenson personnel conduct reviews and analyses at important project milestones. Reviews typically include any or all of the following:
Sevenson also participates in other project planning areas, such as:
Furthermore, Sevenson’s constructability reviews identify and maximize opportunities for project savings. In earning the confidence of the customer and engineer, the constructability review process often leads to establishing a partnering approach to execute a project.
We have successfully developed and implemented site specific health and safety plans since 1979. With a full time staff of 30 full-time Health and Safety Officers that include CHST’s and OHST’s, our Site Safety and Health Officers average 14 years of service.