Collaborative Design & Construction

ASI General Contractors provides a wide range of services, from feasibility studies to construction planning. Our collaborative approach ensures successful projects that meet our client’s needs and comply with regulations.

Construction Planning:

Create a comprehensive plan that outlines the construction process, including sequencing, logistics, and site-specific safety measures.

feasibility studies

Feasibility Studies:

Assess project viability, considering site conditions, zoning regulations, and potential design solutions.

site analysis

Site Analysis:

Evaluate environmental conditions, utilities, soil conditions, and project constraints.

Design development/build:

Design Build:

Collaborate with architects and engineers to develop compliant schematic designs meeting client needs.

Estimating and budgeting:

Estimating and Budgeting:

Create detailed cost estimates considering materials, labor, equipment, and cost-saving opportunities.

Value Engineering:

Analyze the project’s design and construction methods to identify areas where costs can be reduced without compromising quality, function, or aesthetics.

Scheduling and Phasing:

Develop a project schedule that outlines the timeline for each phase of construction, ensuring that resources are allocated efficiently and deadlines are met.

Permitting and Approvals:

Assist with obtaining necessary permits and approvals from local authorities, ensuring that the project complies with zoning and building regulations.

Risk Management:

Identify potential risks, such as delays, cost overruns, or safety concerns, and develop strategies to mitigate them.

Key Benefits

Some of the key benefits of ASIGC’s preconstruction services include:

Cost Savings:(dummy)

Accurate cost estimates and value engineering during preconstruction helps identify cost-saving opportunities, reduce potential overruns, and keep the project within budget.

Cost Savings:

Accurate cost estimates and value engineering during preconstruction helps identify cost-saving opportunities, reduce potential overruns, and keep the project within budget.

Informed Decision-Making:

Comprehensive feasibility studies, site analysis, and design development provide valuable insights that enable clients to make well-informed decisions about their projects, ensuring that their goals and requirements are met.

Permitting and Approvals:

Assistance with obtaining necessary permits and approvals expedites the process, ensuring that the project complies with zoning and building regulations and minimizing potential delays.

Time Savings:

Early collaboration between the project team, including architects, engineers, and construction managers helps identify and address potential issues before construction begins, reducing delays and avoiding time-consuming revisions.

Improved Communication:

Early engagement of all stakeholders during preconstruction fosters a collaborative environment and enhances communication throughout the project lifecycle, reducing misunderstandings and conflicts.

Efficient Resource Allocation:

By developing a detailed construction schedule and plan during preconstruction, resources are allocated more effectively, ensuring that the project proceeds smoothly and efficiently.

Risk Management:

Preconstruction services help identify and assess potential risks, such as site constraints, regulatory challenges, and design issues, allowing the project team to develop mitigation strategies and minimize potential impacts on the project’s timeline and budget.

Enhanced Quality:

By addressing potential design and construction issues early on, preconstruction services help ensure that the final project is of high quality and meets the client’s expectations.

Better Project Control:

Preconstruction services provide clients with a clear understanding of the project’s scope, budget, and timeline, enabling them to maintain better control over the project and make informed adjustments as needed.


Our Process Flow

Project Assessment


 The first step in the preconstruction process is to assess the feasibility of the project. This includes a detailed analysis of the project site, project scope, budget, and timeline.

Design Development:

Design Development:

The next step is to work with architects, engineers, and other stakeholders to develop a comprehensive design that meets the client’s needs, budget, and timeline.

Cost Estimation:

Cost Estimation:

Once the design is finalized, ASI General Contractors will prepare a detailed cost estimate that includes all aspects of the project, including labor, materials, and equipment.

Value Engineering:

Value Engineering:

At this stage, ASI General Contractors will review the project design and identify opportunities to reduce costs without compromising quality or functionality. This process is known as value engineering.

Procurement and Logistics:

Procurement and Logistics:

Once the project is approved, ASI General Contractors will procure all necessary materials and equipment and ensure that they are delivered to the job site on time and in good condition.

Planning and Scheduling:

Planning and Scheduling:

ASI General Contractors will create a detailed project plan and schedule that outlines all tasks, milestones, and deadlines.

Permits and Approvals:

Permits and Approvals:

ASI General Contractors will obtain all necessary permits and approvals from local authorities and other regulatory agencies.

Risk Management:

Risk Management:

Throughout the preconstruction process, ASI General Contractors will identify and manage risks to ensure that the project is completed on time, within budget, and to the client’s satisfaction.

Value & Benefits

Value & Benefits

We actively collaborate with design teams early and frequently throughout the project lifecycle to align expectations, integrating design elements with scheduling and cost estimation.

Drawing upon our experience from previous projects, we, at ASI General Contractors leverage this knowledge to accurately predict building costs and set data-driven objectives. Our preconstruction services aim to assist clients in making informed decisions and guaranteeing successful project outcomes. The primary goals of our preconstruction services include identifying and resolving potential challenges, creating precise cost estimates, and devising a practical construction plan that fulfills the client’s objectives and requirements.


What Are Pre-Construction Services?
Pre-construction services involve a range of activities undertaken before the start of physical construction. These services include project evaluation, cost estimation, scheduling, site analysis, risk assessment, procurement planning, and design reviews. The goal is to lay a solid foundation for the project, ensuring that all aspects are carefully planned and coordinated.
Why Are Pre-Construction Services Important?
Pre-construction services are crucial as they set the stage for a successful construction project. They help in identifying potential challenges, optimizing costs, and ensuring the project’s feasibility. Effective pre-construction planning leads to better resource management, reduced risks, and a clear understanding of the project scope and objectives.
How Do Pre-Construction Services Save Money?
By identifying potential issues early, pre-construction services help avoid costly mistakes and delays that can occur during construction. Detailed cost estimates and value engineering during this phase allow for budget optimization and cost-effective solutions, reducing the likelihood of overruns.
What Is Included in Pre-Construction Planning?
Pre-construction planning typically includes site analysis, feasibility studies, design review, budgeting, scheduling, procurement strategies, and the development of a project management plan. It may also involve obtaining permits and ensuring regulatory compliance.
How Does Pre-Construction Affect Project Timeline?
Effective pre-construction planning can streamline the construction process, leading to a more efficient timeline. It helps in identifying and addressing potential delays beforehand, ensuring that the project stays on schedule.
Can Changes Be Made During Pre-Construction?
Yes, one of the advantages of pre-construction is the flexibility it offers to make changes. Modifications in design, materials, or scope are more manageable and less costly during this phase compared to during construction.
What Is the Role of a Pre-Construction Manager?
A pre-construction manager oversees the planning and coordination of pre-construction activities. They are responsible for cost estimation, scheduling, risk assessment, and ensuring that the project plan aligns with the client’s goals and budget.
How Are Construction Costs Estimated During Pre-Construction?
Costs are estimated through detailed analysis, which includes evaluating labor, materials, equipment, and overhead costs. Estimators may use historical data, market trends, and specialized software to create accurate and comprehensive cost assessments.
What Are the Risk Management Strategies in Pre-Construction?
Risk management in pre-construction involves identifying potential risks, assessing their impact, and developing strategies to mitigate them. This includes analyzing site conditions, legal and regulatory issues, financial risks, and environmental factors.
How Is Technology(Autodesk Construction Cloud) Used in Pre-Construction?
During the pre-construction phase, Autodesk Construction Cloud functions as an integrated platform, streamlining project planning and design. The platform facilitates extensive collaboration among teams, enhancing the overall planning process. It enables stakeholders, including architects, engineers, contractors, and clients, to work together effectively, sharing documents, design changes, and feedback in real-time. This collaborative environment is crucial for maintaining alignment with the project goals and specifications, ensuring that all parties are consistently updated and engaged.