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The ECG team has the expertise to manage efforts ranging from multi-phase, multi-site construction programs to single construction projects. Acting as an extension of the owner’s staff, our team provides leadership and coordination to improve schedule performance, minimize cost overruns, and ensure successful construction projects. Our team plans for contingencies, considers alternatives, and evaluates the following steps to prepare for all possibilities.

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ECG offers preconstruction services that thoroughly assess a project to mitigate risk, including evaluation of the construction site, cost, permit and inspection requirements, and special situations that must be resolved before or during construction. Our careful attention during this phase often results in sub-contractor bids within 1% of each other. 



ECG develops project schedules that detail critical path timelines for each project’s activities. Our project budgets are a single source document delineating each project’s cost.  Using ECG’s precise pricing database, our construction budgets typically have less than a 5% variance from actual costs. 

Beyond implementing these traditional construction management tools, ECG continuously evaluates the progress of scheduled project activities to anticipate project pitfalls, avoid delays, and resolve conflicts.



ECG functions as a strategic partner during the project’s design phase. We prepare a master project schedule denoting critical path items, procure the project budget, and create a project workbook.  The project workbook becomes the single reference source for all data.  Additionally,  we highlight critical suppliers and identify impediments that could impact the project’s success.  

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Building Information Modeling (BIM) enables us to visualize, plan and coordinate our construction projects more effectively and facilitates strong communication between all project team members. As one of the more effective tools in ECG’s toolbox BIM allows us to:

  1. Resolve design conflicts in complex building systems and              structure
  2. Identify unforeseen costs
  3. Collaborate in real-time and manage data
  4. Energy modeling
  5. Project turnover and facility maintenance programming


Virtual Construction/BIM allows our clients to envision the completed project before construction begins fully.

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ECG has championed the implementation of the following four sustainable construction practices:
  1. Use renewable and recyclable resources
  2. Reduction of energy consumption and waste
  3. Development of a healthy and respectful worksite environment
  4. Protection of the natural environment   

ECG has committed to expanding our knowledge of cost-effective, sustainable materials, systems, and techniques.

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