• Pre-construction scheduling
  • Budget development – detailed cost estimating
  • Value engineering / cost control
  • Constructibility reviews
  • Permit acquisition


  • Schedule monitoring
  • Budget monitoring
  • Safety program
  • Open book accounting & detailed cost reporting
  • Permits and fees
  • Weekly Field Reports distributed to entire project team
  • Meeting agendas distributed prior to weekly Owner, Architect, Contractor meetings
  • Detailed monthly applications for payment
  • BIM, Building Information Modeling
  • Project closeout data
  • Operations and Maintenance manuals
  • Service and warranty

Quality Assurance

Quality in the construction industry is a function of service, construction technique, and relationships. That’s why we believe in total quality management:

  • Highly trained individuals achieving extraordinary results by sharing the same goal with total focus and commitment.
  • A team management style that distributes the responsibilities of construction management to a team of qualified individuals who work in tandem to oversee the construction project.
  • Each team consists of a project manager, a superintendent, and a project coordinator. Each individual of the team is dedicated to the quality, efficiency, and effectiveness of the entire project.
  • G.F. Woods Construction is dedicated to working with only the finest and most reputable subcontractors and suppliers.
  • We only work with subcontractors and suppliers with whom we have established a proven working relationship.
  • Unknown subcontractors and suppliers are considered only after a close, careful review of their references and reputation.
  • When awarding a contract to a subcontractor or supplier, quality of work is as important as proposal price.


  • Scheduling and budget are the two most important topics discussed at each meeting.
  • Detailed schedules are crafted in pre-construction and referenced weekly throughout the duration of each project.
  • We ensure we meet or beat our pre-determined schedules by planning 2–4 weeks in advance.
  • Weekly schedule updates and 2-week “look a heads” are issued and reviewed at OAC Meetings to ensure all parties are aware of critical path items at all times.