Commercial Remodeling’s Best Friend: The Construction Manager

We here at Titus Contracting have been around the block a few times when it comes to commercial remodeling in Prior Lake. So we wanted to give you a brief rundown about construction managers, what they do and how they help keep commercial remodeling projects on schedule and on budget.

Their Role

When a commercial remodeling project comes along, there is always a need for someone to oversee it. So the construction manager is the jack of all trades in this sense. He will plan, supervise, coordinate and budget the entire project from start to finish. Suffice it to say, this is a lot of work and a lot to keep track of, which is why it is so important that a good construction manager is organized and detail-oriented.

Their Experience

While a college education isn’t a must, we look for those that have a bachelor’s degree in some type of construction-related field, such as construction management, construction science or civil engineering. We also hire many project managers with experience in the field, and sometimes the experience you have could trump a college degree. Either way, knowing a good bit about commercial remodeling could go a long way for those seeking a job in the field. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, construction managers can expect to see a 16 percent projected growth from 2012 to 2022 thanks to the increase in commercial remodeling and other forms of construction over the years.

Their Day-to-Day Activities

As mentioned earlier, construction managers oversee commercial remodeling and other construction projects. They will be the leaders on the job from start to finish, making sure others stay on schedule and on budget and problem-solving as the need comes up. They also have other jobs, such as quality control, managing costs and other roles like that.

For more information on commercial remodeling in Prior Lake, call Titus Contracting at 952-746-7817 or get a Free Estimate.

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