Projects that go through a constructability analysis during the preconstruction phase are more likely to finish on time and under budget. The process entails a complete review of all construction documents to identify, reduce or eliminate areas that could result in errors or delays during construction — BEFORE they occur. Constructability analyses also give the preconstruction team a chance to find potential areas for value engineering.
How Riley Can Help
Our knowledge of local construction markets and previous experience with similar projects combine to create the most accurate constructability analysis possible. Our preconstruction team collaborates with our designers to analyze the various building systems and components from several perspectives, including: labor and material availability; procurement and installation time requirements; installation means and methods; and system and material selections. Our goal is to give the design team all the information they need to select and coordinate materials and systems in the context of the entire procurement and construction process.