Being a construction manager demands organization, attention to detail, an ability to see the “big picture,” and an understanding of all facets of the construction process, usually acquired through experience. A construction manager is the intermediary between his clients and his workers, between the architect and his subcontractors, and between the project and any regulatory personnel. The wide range of responsibilities that the construction manager faces means that he should have a wide variety of skills and knowledge, building codes, standard construction techniques, blueprint reading, budgeting, and purchasing. The most underrated skill a construction manager needs is the ability to convince and persuade. Our job is to make others do “their” job better and with this in mind we will use our skills and knowledge to lead your project from beginning to end.