Each SLI commercial Design/Build project has a construction manager, construction superintendent, project architect, interior designer, construction purchase agent and FF&E purchase agent assigned to it, who all play an active role in the supervision of your project.
Construction managers are responsible for the project during construction. Their role is to establish standards for quality and safety. They monitor the overall progress of the project and compare it to the schedule to ensure the project is completed on time.
Construction superintendents report directly to the construction manager and are on the project site while work is performed. Each superintendent is assigned to only one project. Their role is to ensure that quality and safety standards are met on a daily basis. They verify that work is performed as described in your plans and specifications. They are also available to answer questions or concerns that you may have.
Construction and FF&E purchasing agents are responsible for buying all specified materials and labor required for the project in a timely manner to make sure the project stays on schedule.
The project architect and interior designer will make numerous field visits to ensure that the work is constructed within the parameters of the plans that were prepared. There is no limit to the number of trips the project architect and interior designer will make to your site.