Spire provided a Class 3 budget estimate for two detached, two-story buildings to provide additional lodging for Bellows Air Force Station (AFS) in Oahu, Hawaii. Each of the two new buildings had eight rental cabins comprised of four units on the ground floor and four units on the second floor. The new lodging cabins were designed and built using modern methods, energy/utility conservation measures, materials, and construction technology to provide economical and functional facilities. The floor area for each rental unit included bedrooms, kitchen, living/dining room, bathroom, lanai, and all necessary utilities. Supporting facilities included septic tanks, parking, water, electrical, communications, landscaping, trash bin area, and all appurtenances for complete and useable recreational facilities.
Spire provided a Class III budget estimate for two detached, two-story buildings to provide additional lodging for Bellows Air Force Station (AFS) in Oahu, Hawaii.
Spire’s project controls experts bring a comprehensive suite of skills and extensive field experience to the job site. We help project teams and management determine how far a project has progressed at any given time regarding schedule, cost, productivity, and risk and compare against contractual expectations, scope, performance criteria, and milestones. Controls can be applied to all phases of a project, from preconstruction to closeout.
Here are just some of the services our construction project controls consultants can bring to your next project:
- Project Planning
- Schedule Development
- Schedule Oversight and Reporting
- Schedule Analysis
- Cost Estimating
- Cost Analysis
- Value Engineering
- Budget Management
Project controls are essential to keep complex construction projects on budget and on time. They help teams and stakeholders identify emerging risks early, before they become expensive, time-consuming problems. With advance warning, these issues can be mitigated or avoided altogether. Project controls also give leadership the data they need to set realistic expectations, manage subcontractors, and plan with confidence.
During the course of a project, program and project managers use controls to monitor time and cost expenditures and compare them to project lifecycle forecasts. They also rely on them to coordinate onsite execution with the milestones established during the design, procurement, entitlement, and pre-construction stages.