The UMC Water Treatment Group will be exhibiting at the Managing Stormwater in the Northwest Conference, Wednesday, March 5th at the Greater Tacoma Convention & Trade Center. This is a focused one-day conference bringing together regulated parties, solutions providers, and regulators to provide an exceptional forum for learning, networking, and business development.
Even the earliest stages in design and development have a significant influence on a project’s final outcome. That’s why we focus on partnering with you in the pre-construction phase. During this formative period, we will help provide perspective about the project, while also defining a clear trajectory for the course of the engagement. This is a phase where our commitment to reliable and accurate information as well as thoughtful guidance and advice prove to be most useful.
Some of our key pre-construction offerings include:
- Meeting Support – We partner with you to assure that project vision and scope are in constant alignment.
- Engineering and System Review - We stay abreast of changing design standards, expectations, and enhancements.
- Estimating and Value Management – Continuous, detailed open-book budget support helps finances stay on track.
- Early Procurement of Subcontractors – A detailed RFP process ensures your project will secure best value.
- Procurement of Equipment - Thorough review of equipment schedules and specifications guarantees a timely fabrication plan.
We also offer the following pre-construction services:
- Ongoing budget management
- Life-cycle cost analysis
- Virtual Construction Services (VCS)
- Building Information Management (BIM) coordination
- Constructability review
- Sustainable construction practices
- Pull planning and schedule support
- Implementation of Lean methodologies
- Site safety planning
- Site logistics planning
- Site utilities planning
Every member of our team is committed to innovation. This sets a high bar for every project we touch—a bar that pushes us to constantly find creative ways to fund measures through efficient design, appropriate equipment sizing, reduced project costs, lean construction principles, fabrication, and utility incentives.