Trimark Corporation offers property management consulting services typically as a stand-alone agreement, separate from our management agreements. There are times when potential clients are in need of additional assistance in understanding their financials on a different level.
Maybe the current bookkeeper can not meet reporting or customization needs, or maybe the reporting is not provided as frequently as desired. If leasing administration is a burden for you or you just don’t have the software to produce lease abstracts that can keep up-to-date information on your existing leases, our property consultants can lend a hand.
Our financing staff professionals are available to meet a wide range of projects, with their specialized skills and expertise.
Project & Construction Management
Trimark Corporation offers Project and Construction Management services as a sub-component of our management agreements. For our purposes, we will use “project management” to refer to both construction management and project management. Most people think of project management as watching over workmen. However, that is only part of it. Project management involves:
- Evaluating a project and determining a full scope of work, including latent or unforeseen work items that may present itself as a result of the project
- Identifying the most suitable and appropriate contractors.
- Preparing a bid package that would include detailed instructions, specifications, etc.
- Obtaining bids.
- Negotiating bid prices.
- Negotiating contract terms and conditions.
- Scheduling work to include critical path evaluation and timing (i.e., what work has to be completed before other work).
- Ensuring and managing proper workmanship.
- Ensuring and managing the project schedule (i.e., time; staying on schedule).
- Ensuring compliance with the contract.
- Cost management (keeping costs within budget as well as making adjustments if/when unexpected issues arise).
- Minimizing potential safety hazards and protecting the existing (building) assets.
- Creating a punch list and overseeing completion.
For more information, see Why is Project & Construction Management So Important?