"Our construction experience ranges from site and civil
to wood framing, structural steel and interior assembly."
Planning & Permits Coordination – CloverLeaf has developed relationships with many state and local building officials, and inspectors, and by doing so we have learned their building codes and requirements enabling us to facilitate the construction planning and permitting process. This can help save valuable time during the plans review and approval phase which allows the potential for an earlier construction start and completion date.
Project Management – Project Managers carry a large role that ranges from procurement of subcontractors and materials to ongoing management of contracts, budgets, schedules, submittals and requests for information (RFI). They also serve as a liaison to the owner representative and lead progress meetings to review the project's course. Our Project Managers are involved through every step of the project to maintain tight control and produce an exceptional project. We utilize UDA Construction Suite to facilitate this management process.
Subcontractor & Vendor Contract Management – Proper buyout of a project is essential to providing the highest value in terms of costs and scheduling. Subcontractors and Vendors must be qualified to ensure stability, capacity, resources and workload. Understanding the importance of detailed contracts, term agreements, insurance requirements and other proactive liability practices creates a vested interest for all involved.
RFI & Submittal Management – A proper submittal review provides a critical check-and-balance during the construction phase. This is done to ensure that the end result conforms to the design intent reflected in the construction documents. When conflicts or omissions are discovered in a design, the RFI process is used for the notification of errors, and it is the method by which we document this communication to address these issues.
Jobsite & Quality Control Management – Our experienced project superintendents maintain open lines of communication with all parties involved from owner, architect, engineers, and to our sub-trades and suppliers to ensure effective quality control measures. Onsite management is central to performance and we create quality management plans for our projects. We are dedicated to producing high quality construciton projects, reducing operating costs, and providing long-term satisfaction for our clients.
Safety Protocol – Safety and Risk Management during construction are a top priority and the safety program should see regular improvement. 1) Site specific safety plans are created and maintained for each project. 2) Recurring safety meetings are conducted by field supervisors to address specific topics of concern. 3) First Aid, CPR, and OSHA training allow for continuation of safety practices and hazard recognition.
Close-Out Documentation – An organized and thorough closeout program is a critical to a successful project transition. Key elements include: providing occupancy and inspection approvals; execution of punch-list items; testing of equipment and systems; training of owner operation and maintenance manuals; attic stock materials; field record drawings; securing warranty documentation; final cost accounting; and final release of lien and payment requisitions.