What is Construction Project Management

Construction project management entails coordinating the various materials, equipment, and labor needed to complete a construction project. The project manager is trying to meet pre-determined goals for the project related to scope, cost, time, and quality.
Cost control is one piece of the project manager’s job. It involves managing the project so that it can be delivered within the client’s budget.

Project management and cost control both begin with a plan. For the project manager, a schedule of how work will be completed and expectations of the end results should be finalized before starting construction. In terms of cost control, a cost plan will break down how the budget will be spent before the project begins.

Let Feasterco Project Manage Your Build

Feasterco is experienced in planning ahead to ensure a project’s success. After your project plans are finalized, we’ll estimate the final costs of labor, materials, and overhead to create a cost plan as a baseline. Meanwhile, we’ll also use tried and tested scheduling techniques to guide your project to success.

Why is Cost Control important?

Our cost control methods include contingency plans and room to accommodate unforeseen expenses. Your schedule will also account for unexpected events so that we don’t fall behind. We know that to stay on budget and on time, we need to account for the unexpected.

Staying within your budget and completing the project on time are two of the main factors that we use to determine our success. With 100 years of combined experience, we’re experts on the costs and time that go into each project. We’re committed to making each project a success with educated planning and adaptable follow-through.

Client satisfaction is always our goal. That’s why 70% of our clients come back and work with us again. Partner with us on your next project for a smooth process and results you can be proud of!