The cost and complexity of today’s construction projects seem ever increasing. Delivering these projects in a timely, cost-effective manner with an emphasis on quality has created an increasing demand for professional construction project management services with the Owner’s interests in mind. Owners today are faced with endless project delivery options, each of which involves costs and benefits. Making the wrong decisions can result in disputes, lost time, poor quality, and unanticipated costs over the full project life cycle. 

JMT’s construction project management team allows clients the flexibility to have their construction projects managed for them. Construction project management is not your core business, but it is for us. We provide oversight of the project, its costs, schedule, and the quality of the contractor’s workmanship to ensure our clients’ satisfaction and protect their interests. In addition, we often recommend innovative construction methods to expedite the project schedule and reduce costs. 

The expertise of JMT’s construction management staff covers a broad range of project and facility types for federal agencies. Projects include new construction and renovations of existing buildings such as hospitals, museums, national monuments, offices, maintenance facilities, data centers, research facilities, and laboratories. Infrastructure experience includes bridges, roads, treatment plants, utilities, marine, and aviation projects.

JMT has a wealth of experience and knowledge of construction management principles, practices, and methods.  JMT’s construction management division provides the following services to meet the needs of transportation and facility project owners: 

  • A/E selection and management 
  • End user/designer coordination 
  • Design and constructability review 
  • Cost estimating 
  • Delivery method selection 
  • Contractor procurement 
  • Contract administration 
  • Project scheduling and review 
  • Construction oversight and inspection 
  • Cost and quality control 
  • Submittal review 
  • Project documentation 
  • Construction closeout 
  • Occupancy coordination 
  • Claims mitigation and review