Management

MANAGEMENT
Management Overview
No matter the size of the project MBCO focuses on proactively engaging and leading clients through every phase of a project. We set expectations for critical success factors, milestones and metrics upfront. And we develop a unique project execution plan scaled to the size and parameters of each individual project.

Our experienced project managers work to keep projects on track. To ensure accountability and transparency, we review project performance against goals each week and address issues and challenges in the moment. Following these standards, MBCO has successfully executed many projects, giving us the experience and capability to see each project through from inception to realization of our client's scope, schedule, and budget goals.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT 

We ensure a project’s success by meeting expectations. By managing risks and controlling costs, our team can focus on achieving the end result while monitoring the ongoing details. This comprehensive management, at every stage of the project, includes pre-construction planning, complete construction oversight, and post-construction services. We focus on improving schedule performance, controlling, and reducing costs, minimizing risks, and ensuring quality.

AGENCY COORDINATION

Managing agreements and schedules between lead and reviewing agencies is essential to a successful project completion. MBCO assists clients with permit preparation and processing, local and county approvals, state and federal agency coordination, public involvement coordination, compliance monitoring, and environmental permitting.

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

CM services are key to successful projects for the owner, contractors, and engineers. MBCO works both on- and off-site to help coordinate all aspects of the constructed project. This includes financing, timelines, budgeting, submission reviews, negotiations, conflict resolution, and monthly reporting. CM is an alternative to the traditional general contracting practice in which subcontractors work directly with the general contractor rather than answering to the client and the client’s representative. MBCO, as the construction manager, looks out for the owner’s best interest by working with the general contractor and subcontractors.

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