Project management involves directing and organizing each part of the project life cycle, from ideation to completion.

Plan Collaboration

A process where various stakeholders work together to develop and refine project plans. This involves the collective input of team members, including project managers, architects, engineers, contractors, and other key participants.


Lays the foundation for successful execution, monitoring, and control of the project. It helps minimize risks, optimize resource utilization, and ensures that the project is completed on time, within budget, and to the satisfaction of all stakeholders.

Budget Estimate

A preliminary approximation of the project’s overall cost. It is an essential part of the planning phase and involves forecasting the expenses associated with various aspects of the construction project.

Check and Balance

Systematic processes and controls put in place to ensure that project activities are executed as planned and that project objectives are met.

Project Monitoring and Reports

Tracking and overseeing project activities to ensure they align with the project plan. Reports are generated to provide stakeholders with timely and accurate information on project progress.


The evaluation typically occurs after the completion of the project or at key milestones and involves analyzing the project’s performance, outcomes, and processes.


Pre-construction is the first major step of the entire building process. This is where the whole project is properly planned and organized before construction begins.

Actual Site Inspection

Refers to the physical examination and assessment of the construction site before the commencement of any building or development activities.

Design and Space Planning

Play essential roles in shaping the blueprint for a construction project.

Cost Estimate

A detailed approximation of the anticipated expenses associated with a construction project before actual construction begins.

Permits and Licenses

Ensures compliance with legal and regulatory requirements before commencing any construction activities. Permits and licenses are official approvals granted by relevant authorities, and they signify that a construction project meets specific standards and regulations.

Construction Preparation

A series of essential activities and processes that lay the groundwork for a successful construction project. This phase is critical for setting the stage, defining the project parameters, and ensuring that all necessary elements are in place before the actual construction work begins.


Once the pre-construction process has been accomplished, the main construction proper can now begin. This is the longest process, as the project can take months to finish depending on the size and scope.

Engineering and Architectural

Play crucial roles in the planning, design, and execution of construction projects. While engineers focus on the technical and structural aspects of construction, architects bring a creative and aesthetic perspective to the design process.

Plumbing and Sanitary works

The installation and maintenance of systems that manage water supply, distribution, and wastewater removal within buildings. Plumbing and sanitary works are essential components of building construction, contributing to the overall comfort, hygiene, and functionality of a structure.

Furniture Supply

Refers to the procurement, delivery, and installation of furniture elements within a built environment. This aspect of construction is focused on providing functional and aesthetically pleasing furniture to complete the interior spaces of buildings.


The process does not end after the construction has finished. We will continue to coordinate with you to ensure that the post-construction process is properly executed and the final steps are accomplished.

As-Built Plans

Refer to the detailed and accurate documentation of the final, built condition of a construction project. These plans are created or updated after the construction is complete and reflect the actual dimensions, locations, and specifications of the constructed elements.

Permits and Documentation

Ensures that the completed construction project complies with applicable regulations, codes, and standards.

Site Turnover

Refers to the formal process of handing over the completed construction site from the contractor or construction team to the client, owner, or operator. This turnover signifies the completion of the construction project and the transition of responsibility for the site from the construction phase to its intended use.

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