From its inception Castillo’s Building Inc. has made it an objective for itself to find any potential issues that may arise down our horizon and to either self-correct or improve the overall roadmap. We believe that in order to attain a greater understanding of our project and its held vision we must understand the situation and environment as in depth as possible so as to better refashion this vision into reality.
USE OF PLANSWIFT AND BLUE BEAM
Team members within the Castillo’s family compile their work and findings throughout the estimating process on one interface, thereby further eliminating potential conflicts that may have otherwise risen. This process allows for us to generate documentation whereby we can easily explain the roadmap to the work ahead so as to ensure we are cognitively collective on our thought process.
REGULARITY OF MEETINGS
Throughout both the estimating and construction phases, we propose to hold regularly scheduled meetings where Castillo’s Building Inc. and our client discuss progress and potential concerns. We anticipate that these meetings will be thirty minutes to an hour in length and will take place, generally, on a weekly basis. There may be periods where the meetings may be more or less frequent, depending on the issue at hand; however, it is Castillo’s Building Inc.’s responsibility to ensure good communication. Our project team will document our meeting and minutes and given to the appropriate representatives.
CONSTRUCTION START-UP AND TIMING
Our preparative and preventative measures ensures all points of interest and concern are met, ensuring our projects are delivered on budget and most importantly guaranteeing completion in the timely fashion promised to our customers.
PROJECT BUDGET REVIEW
Cost Savings should not be a goal in itself, but rather a part of the contractors broader objective of creating value. It all begins with an initial collaborative discussion regarding our basic construction solutions and its affiliations to our clients. Our team then prepares a detailed diagrammatic estimate in order to evaluate the benefits and pitfalls concerning the scope of work and current site conditions.