This is an integrated approach, as a result of which the customer receives high-quality and timely completed repairs that correspond to the design project. In addition to construction and installation work, counting, procurement and acceptance of rough materials, as well as control of their use, are carried out.

1. Budgeting

This is a document that includes a list of all construction and installation work that needs to be done to implement a design project. In the estimate, all types of work are prescribed in detail and in detail in their order of execution, with an indication of the quadrature and cost for them. And also the approximate amount for rough materials is prescribed, based on the consumption per sq.m. premises.

2. Schedule of work

For a clear implementation and adherence to deadlines, a work schedule is drawn up. In this schedule, all construction stages that will be carried out are prescribed, with due dates attached to them. And also, this schedule is combined with the schedule of purchases and deliveries to the object of finishing materials, which gives the designer a complete understanding of when this or that material should appear on the object.

3. Selection and purchase of building materials

A calculation is made of all the necessary rough materials corresponding to a specific stage. A quality and reliable manufacturer or supplier is selected, in accordance with the previously agreed budget. And only after agreeing on the price offer from the supplier, with the customer, the material is purchased.

4. Delivery and acceptance

The date of delivery of the material to the object is agreed with the supplier. Acceptance and ascent to the floor, checking the conformity of the quality and quantity of the material is organized. Elevator halls, corridors and staircases are cleaned if necessary. Payment is made with the supplier and all participants in this process. Material checks are collected for financial reporting at the end of each stage. Acceptance and lifting of finishing materials to the object is also carried out.

5. Organization of the process

For a competent implementation, the foreman needs to organize the workflow at the facility. This concept includes: the introduction of narrow specialists to the object, according to the stages of work and the schedule; explaining to them the tasks and nuances of their implementation; providing the facility with the necessary tools and equipment; organization of related work on garbage collection, routine cleaning, etc.

6. Technical supervision

A set of works is being carried out aimed at the correctness and quality of the design project implementation. The main task of this stage is to ensure that the entire technical part of the project is implemented correctly and in accordance. And also, so that all the work would be done according to the standards, with high quality and on time, according to the schedule. This also includes the control of contractors for the implementation of engineering communications (ventilation systems, “smart home”, heating system, replacement of windows, etc.).

7. Delivery of stages and reporting

The delivery of each stage takes place at the facility, where the work performed and their quality are shown. For the delivery of each stage, a report is prepared on the work done and on the consumption of rough material. And also a financial report on the funds spent is carried out, with the provision of a pivot table in electronic form and all receipts of purchased materials.

8. Interaction

Almost every day there is a communication between a foreman – a designer to solve emerging issues and nuances of the project and its implementation. The foreman must inform the designer about all changes in the project, if any, for obvious reasons. And also about changes in the schedule of work or their sequence.

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