Inglett & Stubbs can self perform the entire installation utilizing the highest quality craftsmen and managers. We utilize the best IBEW electricians trained through the NJATC Apprenticeship Training Program. We will also provide a Project Management Team, which is educated and experienced in the specific field of construction.
Our policy is to utilize the same management team throughout a project, from pre-construction all the way to commissioning. We feel this structure allows for full knowledge of project details beginning in the cost development phase. It allows us to make complete and informed decisions during the construction phase. By using the same individuals for the Project Management Team, we can guarantee continuity in the process of achieving our committed goals.
Commitment to Schedule
Our excellent relationship with manufacturers, vendors and representatives assures the completion of highly complex projects within short construction schedules without fear of material shortages. Inglett & Stubbs is capable of maintaining any construction schedule that is realistically established by the general contractor. We understand and appreciate the construction schedule for any successful project, and will work with all involved trades to maintain and deliver the project on time.
Schedule Development & Monitoring
Inglett & Stubbs will provide all parties with a full plan of activities and durations to be plotted on the master construction schedule. Critical milestone dates such as equipment delivery, equipment energization, system testing and system checkout will be plotted. We develop a manpower-loaded schedule to monitor the work progress on a week-by-week basis. This allows us to address all scheduling issues immediately to ensure an on-time project delivery.
Our Project Management Team also develops a cost accounting structure broken down by systems and phases. This allows us to monitor the budget, delivery and installation of the each critical component of the project.
Inglett & Stubbs approaches building commissioning and owner turnovers with the following approach:
- We recommend that we have several construction document review sessions with incoming facility managers, if available.
- We recommend construction site walkthroughs with facility managers so that they may become familiar with the routing and locations of our systems that will be hidden by the final product.
- We recommend that systems be evaluated in the presence of the engineer and facilities manager in order to provide complete understanding and training on the system.
- We recommend and will provide equipment manufacturer training to the maintenance staff prior to occupancy of the project.
Inglett & Stubbs recommends that closeout on a project should begin months prior to occupancy. With this, we suggest that manuals be complete and maintenance training be performed one month prior to project completion. All closeout materials; punch lists, final inspections, as-built drawings and retention should be complete within one month after substantial completion.