This is the fourth and final edition of the Owner’s Rep Guide, where we will walk you through a real-world example of how having the right Owner’s Rep on a project is key to its success. In our previous editions of the guide, we covered the basics of what an Owner’s Rep is, the steps you should take before hiring one, and the essential services that a good Owner’s Rep should provide.
CSM Group is honored to announce that the firm has been selected to serve as the construction manager for Bronson Healthcare and Acadia Healthcare’s new joint venture project, the Bronson Behavioral Health Hospital in Battle Creek, Michigan.
This is part three of A guide for Owner’s: How to work with an Owner’s Representative. In the previous installments, we’ve covered the basics of what an Owner’s Rep is and the steps you should take before hiring one. In this third installment, we will detail 4 essential services that any good Owner’s Rep should provide on the job.
In part two of our Owner’s Rep guide, we provide instances where you would likely want to hire an Owner’s Rep and what you should do, and questions to ask before bringing one on to your project. In part one of the guide, we went over the basics of Owner’s Rep and how these individuals are different from other construction roles on the job. Check out that blog here.
As CSM Group explores Owner’s Representation (Owner’s Rep) projects with clients, our team has begun to hear certain questions frequently and learned there is a lack of clarity about what exactly this delivery model is, what an Owner’s Rep does, and how to work with one. Our goal is to answer these questions and provide a useful guide on how to work with an Owner’s Rep and why they are so...