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When employing the Construction Manager at Risk approach to project delivery, the owner contracts directly with architects and engineers but typically retains the contractor when design development is fairly preliminary. In this arrangement, the CMAR provides advisory management assistance to the owner during the preconstruction phase, offering schedule, budget and constructability advice during project planning and design. The AE firm and contractor typically work together during the design phase to proactively address potential issues associated with constructibility.
Haskell approaches its CMAR responsibilities by adopting its clients’ goals as its own and concentrating on providing the greatest value possible. We assure that potential issues associated with constructability will be addressed during design and provide the owner a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) for the project. Our experienced, focused, nimble project teams have a track record of delivering projects of all sizes on time, within budget and at the highest quality.
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