Integrity in Roof Asset Management & Project Risks Mitigation

With over 140 years of combined experiences in all aspects of roofing, Concord Consulting Group is independent of manufacturers and contractors.

Services include:

Assessment

  • Primary Inspection & Inventory w/ Scaled Drawings
  • Construction/Condition Analysis w/ verification photos
  • Risk Mitigation Analysis w/ Cost of Delayed Action
  • Non-destructive Testing
  • Core Analysis
  • Budget Analysis
  • Recommendations
  • Next course of action

Design Considerations

  • Cost Factors
  • Building Influences
  • Building Use
  • Sensitivity of space beneath
  • Structure/Design of Building
  • Building Codes
  • Safety & Health
  • Load limitations
  • Availability of products / contractors

Bid Document Preparation

  • CSI Format detailed for specifying quality of products and quality of installation.
  • Detail Drawings
  • Labeled Scaled Roof Plans
  • Incorporation of Owners bidding requirements.
  • Incorporation of Prevailing Wage Rates when applicable
  • Inclusion of Architects or Engineers approval and stamp when required.

Bid & Proposal Evaluation 

  • Lowest Bidder
  • Best Bidder consideration
  • Evaluation of voluntary alternates
  • Rejection of proposal submitted with suspicion of collusion

Project Progress

  • Scheduled progress meetings
  • Project progress inspections
  • Impromptu progress meetings
  • Progress Reports
    • % Complete
    • Deviations from specifications
    • Damaged materials to be removed from site
    • Weather Conditions
    • Verification photos
  • Material and Component Testing

Project Closeout

  • Final Inspection
    • Punch List
    • Punch List completion verification
  • Warranty Issue
  • Prior to Final Payment
    • Material Suppliers paid in full verification
    • Subcontractors paid in full verification

“Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, Intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.” William a. Foster