Construction Management
We can reduce project costs in excess of our fees, and provide additional services that save time, improve quality and reduce mistakes.
Our services will ensure that the professionals involved with your project are informed and appropriate. We want team players with complementary skill sets and we want to empower them to produce their best work to meet the vision and goals of your project.
Construction Management in Residential Construction
With the increasing incidence of design-build contractual relationships, construction management has been gaining popularity. In some types of construction, design-build has overtaken design-bid-build or competitive bid, as the preferred method.

The role of a construction manager is to provide planning expertise and professionally manage the Owner's project while protecting them from risk and unforeseen problems. The Construction Manager provides support to the Owner to capture opportunities for efficiency, quality and cost savings, while ensuring delivery of the project on time and within budget. A qualified Construction Manager who is an independent Owner’s Representative, will help them determine how best to accomplish the project goals.

Construction management is a professional system designed to facilitate planning, coordination and control of a project from inception to completion. Typical construction projects have many stakeholders, with each team member focused on their particular contractual role. A qualified Construction Manager holds the process together, filling in managerial expertise where required, controlling budgets, initiating cost savings ideas, managing information, and ensuring communication.

Our goal is to provide management expertise to benefit the Owner, by supporting the Builder and design professionals in a manner that everyone performs successfully and is pleased with the results.

Overview of CM Services
  • Project Planning - Provide analysis and input during planning and development phases. Work with Architect or Designer and Builder to establish goals and project structure.
  • Cost Analysis - Prepare a realistic budget or review existing construction estimate. Provide cost-saving ideas and initiate best-value strategies.
  • Contract Review - Review contracts and project documents in the Owner's best interest but through the eyes of a builder with a spirit of fairness and intent to avoid problems.
  • Quality Control - Ensure accurate scopes of work are available for all stakeholders that clearly specify expected performance and quality standards and monitor the project for compliance.
  • Document Management - Facilitate a structure and procedures that provide secure storage and sharing of project documentation and information.
  • Professional Support - Provide support and resources to ensure successful performance and completion of the project in the best interest of all parties involved.
Consulting or Cost Planning Services
Before you decide to build your own home or finalize the decision about a builder, you may want to seek the advice of a third-party expert. We can help you and your builder have a rewarding business relationship that results in an efficiently-built, high-quality home.

  • Qualify and Recommend Designers and Engineers.
  • Inspect Site/Structure for existing conditions that will impact design and construction costs.
  • Forecast areas and magnitude of likely change orders.
  • Flag other necessary construction that can be most cost-effectively done at same time as primary project.
Estimating and Specifications
  • Develop conceptual estimates based on project goals before design development.
  • Create preliminary estimates during the design process to direct project budget.
  • Create what-if estimates based on optional features and alternative designs.
  • Develop specifications and scopes of work for trade contractors.
  • Make final estimates based on final working drawings and specifications.
  • Propose ideas for construction methods that will lower cost of realizing design.
  • Suggest technologies for decreasing long-term costs for operation and maintenance.
  • Propose recapturing of existing on-site resources for new project.
  • Present ideas for maximizing environmental benefits.
  • Present alternative contracts for construction.
Project Management
  • Assist design and construction team to facilitate successful performance of roles.
  • Use a cost-coding system to ensure actual costs align with construction estimate.
  • Review trade and supplier proposals and make recommendations.
  • Manage work of trade contractors hired by Owner.
  • Provide a detailed construction schedule and monitor progress.
  • Review payment requests for sufficiency and compliance to requirements.
  • Prepare punch list and assist in completion of work.
Construction Management

Design and Construction Ideas and Information about Homes in the South. Florida and the Gulf Coast have unique climate and environmental conditions that have influenced the design of homes since long before air-conditioning was available. Lessons from “Olde Florida” vernacular design still apply today. With energy efficiency and a new green awareness on the minds of many in the industry, building systems and construction techniques are evolving forward with an eye on the past.
ResConServ provides construction and green management services and resources to architects, builders, designers and homeowners, that want to optimize the residential construction process.

  • LEED for Homes
  • FGBC - Florida Green Building Council
  • NGBS - National Green Building Standard
  • EnergyStar
  • EPA Indoor airPLUS
  • Florida WaterStar
  • Florida-Friendly Yards

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