SBI works to purchase services to provide cost-effective and rapid delivery of work in place.
ABILITY TO SELF-PERFORM
SBI can self-perform components of the work to benefit the project, providing: greater schedule and cost controls, enhanced communications and a benchmark for quality.
BID PREPARATION / BID LEVELING / SUBCONTRACTOR QUALIFICATIONS
SBI develops a thorough understanding of the project scope. It offers its clients an extensive prequalified bidders list for full bid coverage across the disciplines and tailored to meet the project goals and requirements. It reviews all bids for completeness identifying scope gaps and price leveling to allow equivalent pricing comparisons.
COORDINATION AND MANAGEMENT
SBI is respected within the subcontractor community due to the value it places on ethical business relationships. SBI’s values enable it to realize benefits in terms of pricing and quality of workmanship. Fostering productive relationships across the entire project team of clients, design teams and subcontractors is paramount to SBI project leaders.
SBI’s project reporting systems are sophisticated and formalized. Company systems can accommodate practically any individual client needs with flexibility.
COST AND QUALITY CONTROLS
Project costs are managed through a master cost schedule and updated regularly with cash flow tracking and an overview of anticipated costs to completion. Quality controls entail a regular review of work put in place. Clients experience SBI’s swift response to non-compliant work put in place.
Safety at Standard Builders is ingrained within the fabric of its culture out of respect for both the owner’s staff and patrons as well as those on its workforce. The number of incidents on its projects is lower than both state and national averages, earning recognition for its Safety Program.
Benefits of Hiring a CM with Self-performing Capabilities
- Sets the trend for quality
More schedule control
Better cost control
Saves time and money
Higher safety standards
Experienced field force
Valuable input during design