Commercial Construction

Coastal Maine Commercial Construction
Restaurant construction - Coastal Maine General Contracting, Inc

Commercial Construction

Today’s sophisticated facilities and accelerated business environments place greater demands on delivering projects quickly and accurately. We offer a system of interrelated strategic services, from early conceptual planning to actual management of the construction process. We can help overcome the challenges of today, while anticipating the needs of the future.

  • Retail
  • Medical Offices
  • Hospitals
  • Airports
  • Schools & Stadiums
  • Multi-Family
  • Fire & Police Stations

Phase 1 Pre-Construction

  • Project objectives are identified.
  • A design team is selected including the architect, engineer, and associated professionals.
  • Consultation is given on the overall project by the team members.
  • Concept drawing are developed.
  • Materials and methods of construction are specified.
  • Sub-contractor pricing is received and presented.
  • Scheduling is established including critical path deadlines for trades and long lead materials.
  • Budget analysis and detailed cost estimates are prepared.
  • Value engineering or alternate design concepts are implemented.
  • Plans are reviewed for code compliance and permitting.
  • A construction start date is selected.
  • Contracts are developed and executed.
  • Building permits are obtained.

Phase 2 Construction

  • Mobilize and set up site construction infrastructure including, office, power, storage, sanitary, etc.
  • Compile and submit product data for owner and architects review.
  • Communicate with the owner and all team members regarding plans, specs, RFI’s and C/O’s.
  • Manage and coordinate job site activities.
  • Prepare, monitor and update schedules daily, weekly, and monthly.
  • QC Monitor adherence to plans, specifications, and manufacturers recommended installation procedures.
  • Safety management. Prepare a safety plan and monitor compliance. Adhere to OSHA regulations.
  • Conduct regular site meetings between owner, architect, and trades.
  • Compile construction records including daily logs and as-build data.
  • Punch list items are reviewed with owner and completed.
  • Obtain Certificate of Occupancy.
  • Building is turned over to the owner.

Phase 3 Closeout

  • Operation and maintenance manuals are provided.
  • Instruction and training is provided on the use of various systems in the facility.
  • Product warranty data and certificates are provided.