Construction Manager At Risk: Benefits and Words to the Wise

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As many owners and contractors seek to enhance the construction experience by considering different project-delivery methods, they are opting for construction manager at risk (CMAR), which provides opportunities for improved collaboration, but as the name states, also comes with risks to be managed.

“It gives great transparency,” says Blair Lavoie, president of MWH Constructors in Broomfield, Colorado. “Many clients want to know where the cost is going versus getting one single number, especially on complicated jobs.” The more complex the project, the more CMAR fits in as the best project-delivery method. Lavoie says, “You want a trusted construction partner and a trusted design partner.”

MWH Constructors is featured in the January/February 2017 edition of Constructor magazine. Read the full article here: http://ow.ly/QZTG307SAXa

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