The second step we talked about in the commercial construction process was Design.
The third step we’ll discuss is: Pre-Construction
During pre-construction, the owner gives the contractor the notice to proceed, and the materials list is sent out to vendors and commercial subcontractors for quotes.
All building permits and insurance requirements should be obtained.
A site investigation is undertaken to make sure there are no unexpected complications such as environmental hazards, and the soil is tested to make sure it is suited to begin construction.
Different roles are assigned during pre-construction, including:
Project Manager: Point-person for the project team.
Superintendent: Coordinates on-site construction activities and maintains time schedules
Contract Administrator: Helps the project manager and superintendent with contract details.
Field Engineer: During pre-construction, field engineers investigate the site to determine if any steps need to be taken prior to commercial construction.
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