Flintco has completed more than $14.2 billion in Construction Manager-at-Risk (CMAR) projects.
The CMAR delivery method gives owners the flexibility to select a contractor based on several factors other than solely on price: project-specific expertise, performance history and financial stability. Owners contract design and construction services separately under the CMAR delivery method. As an advocate on behalf of the owner, we hold trade partner and vendor contracts, taking on the financial risk of the project by providing a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) for construction and a set date for completion.
Flintco improves quality, saves time and reduces change orders through our approach to construction management.
Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) provides initial estimates based on Design Development documents (DDs) provided by the architect. The GMP is finalized during preconstruction after the CMAR and architect have worked together to consider and confirm design alternatives while selecting material and building systems, which leads to a higher quality product. The CMAR process also helps reduce changes once the project is underway through early, ongoing collaboration.