Public and private clients in Georgia, Alabama and across the Southeast rely on HRC Engineers, Surveyors, and Landscape Architects for comprehensive construction administration services, from conceptualization through design to project completion. We represent you—our client—at every stage, providing the management services that assure timely coordination with design professionals, owners, contractors, subcontractors, and others.
CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION SERVICES INCLUDE:
Construction RFI and management tracking
Your HRC Engineers, Surveyors, and Landscape Architects construction administrator establishes and maintains a tracking system for your construction records (RFIs, ASIs, RFPs/COs, etc.) to keep your project on track.
Our administrative pros audit the project schedule, schedule of values, submittal schedule, equipment matrix and proposed subcontractors to make sure timelines meet your needs.
Depend on your administrator to address deficiencies, facilitate decision-making, optimize approaches and clarify intent/scope-of-construction documents to support project progress.
Monitor contractor activity
Your project manager keeps you in the know, interpreting contract document technical requirements, and observing and reporting contractor performance progress.
Working with your best interests in mind, HRC Engineers, Surveyors, and Landscape Architects respond to contractor inquiries; provides supplemental information as appropriate; and reviews change order requests on your behalf.
Count on us to review as-built documents, record drawings and O&M instructions—and handle close-out documentation at substantial completion/final completion.
Payment, schedule auditing
HRC Engineers, Surveyors, and Landscape Architects construction administrators monitor contractor schedules and budgets for each phase of construction work—and recommend final payment timing.
Construction site administration
Observing progress, managing budgets, and monitoring schedules. Your construction administrator helps ensure terms of your contracts are met in full.