When it is finally time to take action, CIBS Group reduces the risks and gets things moving in the right direction thanks to its proven management methods. And it does this while staying on budget and within the agreed-upon deadline for final delivery.
Project managers and owners get all of the guidance and support they need to lay the right foundation for a successful outcome.
Support and strategic guidance to decision makers
Regular statutes on the state of progress of the works, stage meetings, decision-making aid, intervention in the event of conflicting situations, negotiation of specific agreements with the municipality and other bodies, etc.
Project economic forecasts
Establishment of the project guideline through precise, reliable and realistic budgets, estimation of the capacity to meet the financial obligations attributable to renovation / construction works and production of the report to the lending institution.
Optimization of all activities
Combination of analytical and creative techniques to find original and relevant ways to achieve the objectives. Implementation of new organizational and financial infrastructures for the benefit of the company, integration of new ways of doing business or offering services.
Property Cost Assessment
Condition and costs of buildings including valid and quality information in a short period of time also called due diligence, condition assessment and reconditioning costs, inspection of structural components (concrete, steel, wood ), roof, electrical and mechanical components, characteristics of the site and its environment (paving, landscaping, sidewalks, parking lots, etc.)
Verification of plans
Examination of building plans so that the design meets the requirements of the Building Code, permits, fire safety, access and layout for people with reduced mobility, possible solutions for non-conformities, development of an architectural concept to enhance the image of the client organization, etc.
Definition of the construction schedule and the main stages
Detailed action plan, responsible persons, delivery dates for each phase of the project, interaction between activities, forecast of activities in the context of business continuity, etc.
Establishment of an experienced multidisciplinary team
Selection and assignment of various stakeholders in the project: planners, project managers, land surveyors, architects, engineers, appraisers, urban planners, environmental and sustainable development specialists, etc.