Construction / General Contracting

Effective Project Documentation Control

Contract Administration

Contract Administration:

Develop, negotiate, and manage contracts with subcontractors, suppliers, and other stakeholders to ensure clear expectations and performance requirements.

Construction Scheduling:

Create and maintain detailed construction schedules to coordinate resources, track progress, and ensure timely project completion.

Quality Control and Assurance

Quality Control and Assurance:

Implement rigorous quality control processes, conduct regular inspections, and address any issues to ensure the project meets or exceeds the client’s expectations.

Safety Management

Safety Management:

Establish and enforce job site safety protocols, provide safety training, and promptly address any hazards or incidents to maintain a safe working environment.

Resource Management:

Oversee the allocation and utilization of labor, equipment, and materials to optimize efficiency and control costs.

Submittal and Document Control:

Manage the flow of project documents, including submittals, shop drawings, and as-built drawings, to ensure accuracy and compliance with project requirements.

Progress Monitoring and Reporting:

Regularly review project progress, update stakeholders with status reports, and address any issues or concerns that arise.

Cost Control and Financial Management:

Track project costs, manage invoicing and payments, and monitor budget performance to prevent cost overruns.

Change Order Management:

Evaluate change requests, negotiate pricing and schedule adjustments, and update project plans as necessary to accommodate changes.

Punch List and Project Closeout:

Oversee the completion of any remaining work, conduct final inspections, and facilitate the turnover of the project to the client.

Value-Driven Construction Management Services

Time efficiency

Time Efficiency

Expert planning, scheduling, and coordination of resources allow ASI General Contractors to streamline construction processes and meet project deadlines, minimizing delays and downtime.

Quality assurance

Quality Assurance

Quality control measures and regular inspections ensures that the final project meets or exceeds the clients expectations, reducing the likelihood of costly repairs or modifications later.

Risk management

Risk Management

Proactive identification and mitigation of potential risks help minimize project disruptions and maintain the project’s schedule and budget.

Improved communication

Improved Communication

ASI General Contractors serve as a central point of contact for all stakeholders, facilitating clear and consistent communication to avoid misunderstandings and ensure that everyone is on the same page.


Regulatory Compliance

ASI General Contractors’ expertise in navigating complex permitting and regulatory requirements ensures that projects adhere to local, state, and federal regulations, avoiding costly penalties or delays.


Enhanced Safety

Comprehensive safety management protocols and training help create a safer work environment, reducing the risk of accidents or injuries on the job site.

Customized Solution

Customized Solutions

ASI General Contractors tailors their construction management services to meet the unique needs and objectives of each client, ensuring a personalized approach that maximizes project success

Professional Expertise

Professional Expertise

Clients benefit from the extensive knowledge and experience of ASI General Contractors, resulting in well-informed decisions and a higher likelihood of project success.

Project Manage

Simplified Project Management

By entrusting project management to ASI General Contractors, clients can focus on their core business activities and rely on a single point of responsibility for overseeing the construction process, reducing stress and workload.

ASI General Contractors’ construction management services provide clients with an integrated, professional approach to construction projects that save time, money, and resources while delivering high-quality results.


What is the estimated cost and budget for the project?
The cost and budget for a commercial construction project depend on factors like location, size, materials, labor costs, and project complexity. Costs are estimated after detailed analysis and usually include a contingency reserve for unexpected expenses.
How long will the construction project take?
The timeline varies based on the project’s scope and complexity. A small building may take a few months, while a large commercial project could take several years. The project plan outlines the timeline and considers design, permitting, construction phases, and potential delays.
Can you explain the design and planning process?
This process typically starts with a feasibility study, followed by schematic design where the basic layout and size are determined. After client approval, detailed design and engineering plans are created. This stage includes architectural, structural, and mechanical plans, and is crucial for obtaining permits.
What are the zoning and regulatory requirements?
These depend on the project location and can include land use regulations, building codes, environmental restrictions, and safety standards. It’s important to consult with local authorities and potentially hire specialists to ensure compliance.
How is project quality ensured?
Quality assurance involves selecting reputable contractors, using high-quality materials, and conducting regular inspections. Quality control measures and compliance with industry standards are integral to the process.
What is the process for change orders?
Change orders occur when modifications to the original plan are needed. This process includes documenting the change, evaluating its impact on cost and timeline, and getting approval from all stakeholders before implementation.
What are the safety and risk management protocols?
Safety protocols include compliance with OSHA regulations, regular safety training for workers, and proper site management. Risk management involves insurance coverage, identifying potential risks, and having contingency plans.
How are communication and project reporting managed?
Effective communication is managed through regular meetings, progress reports, and the use of Autodesk Construction Cloud project management software. Clear communication channels among all parties are established from the outset.
Who are the main contractors and subcontractors?
The main contractor is usually a construction company chosen through a bidding process or direct selection based on expertise. The main contractor then selects subcontractors specializing in areas like electrical, plumbing, or HVAC.
What are the sustainability and environmental considerations?
This involves using eco-friendly materials, ensuring energy efficiency, minimizing waste, and considering the long-term environmental impact of the construction. Compliance with green building standards like LEED may also be relevant.