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We Build for People

Where I Bring Value

Ken Scott Consulting

Dedicated Senior Project Manager and with +30 years of construction experience in all phases and levels of construction including land development and construction administration and management.

25 years of construction team management experience as a business owner and salaried Project Manager/Superintendent, including management of design professionals, in-house personnel, employees, sub-contractors, and suppliers.

My value is  a unique ability to synthesize and integrate diverse information into its fundamental parts and develop efficient and practical critical path strategies that emphasize timeliness and budget sensitivities.

Expert strategist and problem solver capable of melding investor driven goals, local government zoning and development regulations, and construction codes to translate them into efficient design, best used material options, and easily understood building methods.

Consulting Mission

Help owners maximize ROI by identifying inefficiencies in plans and details that inevitably lead to cost overruns and delays.

  1. Analyze the major building systems and identify conflicts with one another. i.e structural with fire protection or ADA with emergency egress.

  2. Analyze plan scheduled materials and products to verify they are the

              best value for the specific project.

  1. Identify and explain the economic incentives from the perspective of the owner, contractor, design professionals, sub-contractors, city officials, and other stakeholders.

  2. Explain the power positions and choke points in the development/construction process: weaponized RFI program, project spec manual and submittals, weaponized scheduling, and production/safety meetings.

Plan Evaluation

Value Engineering Opportunities within the parameters of Code Compliance, Engineering Principles, Constructability, Marketing, and Owner's Liability​

  1. Phase 1: Evaluate the constructability of the structure as it relates to fire protection and ADA.

  2. Phase 2: Evaluate the constructability of the MEP and FS systems within the structure fire/smoke prevention, and ADA systems.

  3. Phase 3: Evaluate FFE items to verify proper fit, conflicts with items in phase 1 and 2, and maximum ROI.

  4. Phase 4: Evaluate site items for code compliance issues, constructibility, VE opportunities, any design conflicts, future maintenance issues, and max ROI.

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