5 ways Construction Management can benefit your Project

5 ways Construction Management can benefit your Project

5 ways Construction Management can benefit your Project
 5 ways Construction Management can benefit your Project

1. Owners interests are top priority: Acting as the Owner's representative, the Construction Manager uses their extensive industry knowledge and experiences to make optimal decisions and take actions that benefit your project in it's entirety.  
2. A qualified project team: The Construction Manager advises the owner on retention of professionals best suited to deliver. Based on client’s needs and project pressures, eliminating those who are not contributing to the team’s success. A Construction Manager has the knowledge and network to recommend qualified industry experts as necessary to support the project team.  
3. Total project cost reduction: The Construction Manager oversees competitive bidding, contract negation, reduction in completion time and elimination of non-value scope. Working in tandem with the construction team to develop realistic budgets and ensure the project is completed within budgets by implementing cost-reducing documentation controls as well as efficient resource application and planning. 
4. Enhanced quality control: The Construction Manager will make use of their extensive industry knowledge to oversee and audit scopes completed by all project teams, thereby minimizing chances of defective work or poor quality in general.  
5. A central point of communication: The Construction Manager becomes your key-point-of-contact and representative with an intimate understanding of the larger vision and details that make up your project. By dissecting input from multiple sources, filtering and providing delegation as necessary to ensure the right information gets to the right people at the right time and promote seamless integration of all project participants. 
                                             Matthew DiCintio

As Regional Director of Operations at MARANT Construction, Ottawa. Matthew oversees the delivery and operations of all MARANT projects in Canada’s national capital region. His academic achievements include a Bachelor of Architectural Science Degree, with a major in Project Management, from Toronto’s Ryerson University. In addition; Matthew is a registered LEED®Accredited Professional and possesses Level II - Secret individual clearance issued by the Government of Canada.   
With his in-depth knowledge of sustainable construction practices and strategies; Matthew takes pride in offering the expertise and support necessary to construct spaces that foster creativity, collaboration and allow innovative thinkers to deliver.  Matthew provides exceptional leadership in business operations, development, resource usage and allocation, ensuring clientele priorities are in the forefront of decision making. Throughout Matthew's career he has supported an extensive list of Canada’s largest leasehold improvement ventures, provided critical direction and tailored industry best-practices to become a key-contributor to each ventures success.   
Select Clients:  BAE Systems, Siemens, HUB International, The Rideau Club, Perforce, IBM, Government of Canada, Bombardier, Canadian Dental Association, Canadian Medical Association, Rogers, Manulife, Cushman & Wakefield, Leonardo SPA, Canadian Dental Association, PWGSC, SurveyMonkey, Dentons LLP, Hoffman-La Roche, Apple, LG, Coca-Cola, Blakes LLP, AVIVA Insurance, Intact Insurance, DLA Piper, Royal Sun Alliance, Rogers, NAC, TMFD, Scotiabank, TD Bank, Royal Bank, B2B Bank, National Public Relations, Chubb Insurance, Dell/EMC, Air Canada, Shearman & Sterling LLP, HOK Canada, University of Toronto, QuadReal Properties, Brookfield Properties, DND, Public Works, Kinross Gold, Hill & Knowlton, Japan Foundation, Capstone Infrastructure, extensive list available upon request

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