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We have included a short list of things to be aware of within any construction project, such as management overview,our pre-construction overview, as well as the schedule control, socioeconomic factors
organizational relationships, and technological problems.

 

Derek Laronde

President & Ceo

 
   

Licence's & Associations

- CMHC Recognized NISI inspector

- CMHC trainer/ Facilitator

- Wood Energy Technical Transfer Certified (WETT)

- HRAI Certified (residential heat loss /duct design)

- OACETT (Graduate Tech.)

- Certified Open Water Diver

- Quartz Registered BCIN #28 125

- Pinnacle Martial Arts (Black belt)

- Tickets: Propane

- Ariel lifts

- Fall Arrest & Fork lift.

 

Services of abcsc.ca

Project management

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Phase One: Pre-construction

Before any construction begins, plans for project are developed by an appointed architect, finalized and submitted to the municipal building permit office for review. Permits may be required for all or some of the following work: building, electrical, plumbing, septic system and sewer connection.

Schedule control

Schedule control includes four steps

1. Analyzing the schedule determine which areas may be need and then apply corrective action.
2. Deciding what specific corrective actions should be taken.
3. Revising the plan to incorporate the chosen corrective actions.
4. Recalculating the schedule to evaluate the efforts of the planned corrective actions.

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Risks in construction projects

Socioeconomic factors.

Organizational relationships

Technological problems

This is just a small sampling of the unique expertise Aboriginal Building Construction Services has to offer. From small job to large, the principals are the same, but the driving force behind it requires experience. Aboriginal Building Construction Services offers the unique and dynamic elements to complete the job.

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