Construction Management

Successful construction management demands a detail-diligent approach, proactively managed by professionals who have the experience, skills and technical support for each project demands.

EHAF's professionals are not only credential they have seasoned, hands-on experience in the construction industry. This experience, gained in the roots of construction projects across the globe, gives our project teams the practical knowledge they acquire to effectively manage any type of capital project.

As construction project manager, EHAF has managed all phases of the construction process from pre-design through post construction, including cost and budget controls, scheduling, estimating, expediting, inspection, contract administration and management of contractors, subcontractors and suppliers. EHAF's Construction Management teams include:

  • construction managers,
  • resident engineers,
  • construction superintendents,
  • estimators,
  • schedulers,
  • inspectors,
  • contract administrators and quantity surveyors.

We are experts in developing, evaluating, and maintaining design and construction schedules. Using primarily Oracle’s Primavera Portfolio Management® and/or NetPoint for planning capital projects, we develop schedules during the design phase for developing an initial schedule and project duration and for planning critical project activities.

During construction, we update schedules for monitoring ongoing construction activities, analyze changed conditions with delays, and evaluate their impact on project completion. Post construction, we use schedules to facilitate project closeout and analyze any claims might occur.

While most construction managers, engineers, and architecture firms provide detailed cost information on a monthly basis, EHAF develop standardized, owner-centric cost reports that summarize critical cost data relevant to the owner.

Without those standardized project-level reports, it is difficult to track cost trends and variances on a level that is meaningful to the overall completion of the project.