Cost & project management
Make decisions with confidence at every phase of the development and infrastructure lifecycle
Our practice has been operating since 1958 – with a history like this, we understand the complexities of the construction industry and how it evolves over time. Our Cost and Project Management team is made up approximately 160 staff in offices across North America.
Our team is made up of development consultants and include quantity surveyors, project managers, professional engineers, construction contract specialists, schedulers, procurement managers, infrastructure specialists, technical advisors, asset management advisors, sustainability specialists and building science consultants.
Our knowledge and experience across all asset types ensures that our services are tailored to each project, delivering dependable, accurate, and valuable independent advice.
Reduce project risks and construction costs with sound procurement, contract and dispute resolution strategies.
Cost estimating & pro formascost-project-management
Set realistic budget and development scenario expectations and maintain them.
Keep decision makers informed with insights and data from experienced development consultants.
Development due diligencecost-project-management state-local-tax valuation-advisory
Make sure your development or redevelopment play makes sense.
Distressed development & workout solutionscost-project-management
Clarity on project viability for lenders, developers, trades and court-appointed trustees, monitors, receivers & managers
Financial due diligencecost-project-management state-local-tax valuation-advisory
The financial insight and transparency you need to avoid misinformed acquisitions.
Minimize risk and enhance control measures on infrastructure projects with impartial expert advice.
Physical asset managementcost-project-management
Understand the current state of your facilities and their maintenance practices so you can make asset and operation decisions.
Physical due diligencecost-project-management
When buying a commercial asset, it’s important to have the property’s condition physically inspected and assessed from a financial risk perspective.
Project & loan monitoringcost-project-management
Get peace of mind with accurate reporting on construction progress and cash flow from an independent project monitor.
Deliver successful developments with hands-on project management and controls.
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Infrastructure projects: Managing project delivery risk in the new environmentbu-cost-project-management development infrastructure-advisory
Jun 16, 2020
Managing infrastructure project delivery risks in the ‘new environment’ requires an appreciation of current developments and how these changes affect infrastructure projects moving forward. What are the current risks and/or influencing factors? And, how could these be mitigated in the near and long term?
Infrastructure projects: Managing project feasibility / planning & procurement risk in the new environmentbu-cost-project-management development infrastructure-advisory
Jun 10, 2020
With infrastructure projects, there are always a multitude of unknown risks and activities that occur during the conceptual development of the project and surround the project feasibility/planning and procurement phases.
Cost plans & estimates – the most underused problem-solving tools in the construction industry?bu-cost-project-management acquisition development
Jun 1, 2020
Cost estimates are one of the best problem-solving tools an owner, design team and construction manager have at their disposal. However, they are often treated as a formality, pulled together for compliance, when the wealth of information that is contained is often lost and rarely fully-leveraged to the extent it should.