Our background in architecture, engineering andconstruction means we can speak the language. We know the right questions toask, the right partners to get involved, and what it’s realistically going totake to get the job done. And done well.
How much facility do you really need? Our programmingprocess provides a data-focused approach that includes user focus groups toensure collaborative involvement.
Simply put, our management helpsyou get from point A to point B efficiently and effectively. We apply ourknowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to meet project requirements and guideyou through to success.
Strategic Facility Planning
Aligning your facility goals with your business goals is thefocus. We’ll help identify your “must have’s” and “nice to have’s” andfacilitate a focused decision-making process.
We bring together all the key players, facilitate open dialog, and gather input so that you have a firm understanding of your stakeholder’s needs and can make the best facility decisions for your organization.
Under a single program, we manage a collection of related projects developing and tracking both project level and program level budgets, schedules, and scope.
We look for ways to make your process seamless and more efficient. By reviewing and refining internal processes it can save time, money, and resources.
We know that regulatory processes are a common risk for projects. Planning for the permitting process reduces the chance for project delays and cost increases. We establish a plan, optimize the process, collaborate with your team, convene the appropriate authorities, assign responsibilities, maintain accountability, and troubleshoot issues.
Let us help you avoid the common pitfalls by hiring a facility coach. Don’t risk having an unsuccessful project, let us guide you around delayed schedules and overbudget projects! The staff at CORE has the skill sets to help your project get off on the right foot. We mentor clients on facility planning, design, and construction phases, allowing you to take a hands-on role without feeling lost.