At Acadian Construction we have the ability to self-perform most of our work. This advantage enables efficient management to maintain control over administrative functions, cost, scheduling, and quality of our finished product while avoiding conflicts arising from many lines of communication with multiple subcontractors.
Acadian Construction maps out the phases of your project to ensure a successful outcome. We provide detailed site analysis, analyze constructability, and explore alternative scenarios for cost and schedule. To achieve full project integration, we complete essential tasks for you to understand a full project scope in the early stages of pre-construction.
Flexibility and innovation are often needed to meet the unique requirements of your project. These include design-build construction, which provides single-point accountability for all aspects of a project; lease-leaseback, which allows projects to be completed more quickly and with fewer change orders than with traditional design-bid-build approach; and public-private partnerships, which reduce risk by utilizing private sector financing for construction on public sector projects.
Quality work goes beyond service and installation. Strict adherence to codes and standards is crucial to insure that a quality project outcome includes what lies within. Acadian Construction has a 50 year tradition of only using its network of AISC certified fabricators for structural steel and rebar, necessary to perform the many federally funded projects we have successfully completed. All products must have the relevant certification that can be presented to the Owner.
Acadian Construction has written the training book on building codes and standards. With help from the International Code Council, we helped to write U.S. Laws HR 1646 and S. 1401, commonly known as the Codes and Safety for the Americas (CASA) Act. We provide engineers to teach classes about how to implement the International Building Code (IBC) in many countries, and insist that our site workers know how, and why, work must be performed according to established codes and standards. Our services include project management inspection by licensed engineers.
Construction Management is still a relatively new construction service. It has particularly accelerated within the past 30 years. Construction management responsibilities include overseeing the coordination and completion of projects on time within budget and within scope, oversee all aspects of projects, including inspections, and set deadlines. One of the key aspects of construction management is that it represents the Project Owner and not the contractor. Related to inspections, Acadian Construction has performed construction management since 2013.