hotels



        A project management contract gives the owner all the benefits of being their own general contractor by providing the opportunity to be involved in sub-contractor and supplier negotiations and selection, cost control and payment / discount processes to the extent he/she wishes. The manager acts as the owner's on-site representative in all aspects of the project.

        Usually, the manager's fees are fixed at the outset of the project meaning that there is no extra charge for negotiating extras and changes. Also, the manager will deal directly with the trades, receiving the best prices for inevitable changes and revisions, keeping a control on cost for the owner.

A project management contract can be more attractive to owners who want some involvement in the project and could be more cost effective in the long-term.

Some Construction Management Projects Include:
  • C.C.A.C. Niagara, a 24,000 sf. ft. complex to provide Regional home health care administration services and post-op. Clinic, with a staff of over 120 people.  
  • Hampton Inn (formerly Travelodge) Ferry St, nr. Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls. (all as above). - 6 storey, 108 room Hotel with 7 storey Atrium, glass elevator, pool and spa facilities etc.  
  • Cambridge Plaza, Lakeshore Rd., St. Catharines. -12,000 sq. ft. Neighbourhood Shopping plaza
  • Highland Inn, Midland, Ont. Designed the new Hotel & Conference centre then won the Construction Management contract for Phase 1. - 2 storey Hotel, bar/restaurant and Atrium with Spa.