A Proven Leader in the Construction Industry
CPMI will help you achieve success by tailoring our services to align with your needs and available resources. As our company has evolved, so too have the services we provide in response to our client's needs:
CPMI pioneered the development of construction management throughout the Midwest in the early 1970's. We provide our services to public and private clients under a variety of titles. Whether we are called a CM, Project Manager, Program Manager, Owner's Representative, Construction Project Representative or some other title, you will gain significant value from having a construction professional on your team who owes the highest care and loyalty to you in building project success.
CPMI's professional construction management skills allow us to deliver a superior general contracting service. We have experience in a wide variety of building types but are uniquely qualified for tough, complex and demanding projects. Our reputation is built on providing the highest level of quality at a fair price. We will work with you from the initial planning of your project through occupancy and beyond.
CPMI's expertise in planning, design and construction has proven to be the key in delivering successful design-build projects to our public and private clients. With this type of delivery system CPMI has total responsibility for the design and construction giving you a single source of responsibility for meeting your project needs.
When a turnkey approach is needed CPMI will arrange financing, plan, design, build, leaseback and operate a building to suit your needs. We have a proven track record in this delivery method for both public and private clients.
CPMI prides itself in providing accurate cost information. We have the necessary software and expertise to provide estimates in various formats, including U.S. Army Corps of Engineers M-CACES, CSI, Uniformat, and all specialized GSA requirements. Owners and architects across the country call on us for: predesign estimating and budget development; all design phase estimating; value engineering; peer review estimating; and quantity surveying.
Programming and Planning
Without adequate predesign planning, you will have difficulty aligning expectations and budgets successfully. As construction managers we recognize the need for both facility programming and accurate cost planning before the designers begin their duties. Successful design cannot begin until the Owner has defined needs, decided on the site and determined whether they will upgrade existing facilities, build new or pursue a combination of new construction and remodeling.