What Is Construction Management?

Construction management is a highly professional system designed to facilitate planning, coordination and control of a project from inception to completion. Larger projects have many stakeholders, with each team member focused on their particular contractual role. A qualified Construction Manager is like the glue holding the process together, filling in managerial expertise where required, controlling budgets, initiating cost savings ideas, mitigating risks, and ensuring communication.

Top 10 Zen Zingers for Peace of Mind Construction

by Bart Mendel on January 6, 2017

Disaster stories in construction abound: unfinished homes and buildings, blown budgets, lawsuits and contractors fleeing the state.  True story: a potential client came to me after receiving an anonymous packet on their front doorstep after they had hired a contractor, containing 200 pages of his nefarious crimes: his restraining orders, lawsuits and judgments – why […]

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Stonemark Goes Hollywood!

by Jacklyn Wolf on March 24, 2016

Stonemark managed core & shell and tenant improvements for Smuggler Entertainment, an award-winning production company located in the heart of Hollywood. This 1920s concrete & steel film warehouse was transformed by Shubin & Donaldson Architects into 14,000 SF of innovative workspace that reflects Smuggler’s creativity, integrity and passion for excellence. Who says commercial construction isn’t glamorous?

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Stonemark Goes to the Low Country of South Carolina!

by Jacklyn Wolf on January 28, 2016

We were delighted when a previous Client returned to us and asked us to manage another custom home project for their family.  This gracious home is located on Spring Island, a 3,000 acre nature preserve and island residential community in the heart of South Carolina’s fabled Low Country.  The 11,000 square foot waterfront estate incorporates […]

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