At New Avenue, we are often asked what we charge for the project manager.
Here’s the short answer: Our network of proven architects and contractors manage the design and construction so well that a project manager would be a waste of time and money.
Architects manage the design and permitting. They also provide an additional pair of eyes and give their professional opinions as design professionals. All of these services are quoted and billed hourly.
Contractors manage all of the sub-contractors and on-site construction. With this done right, there is no need for an extra project manager. Part of the role of the contractor is to be your on-site project manager. If your project is big enough (near or over $1,000,000), then your contractor will most likely have a site foreman who acts as an on-site project manager. This person is part of the contractor’s crew.
Why do we do it this way? Because it’s the way it should be done. An hourly project manager fee would be redundant to the services the architect and contractor provide. That fee would be $100/hour or more, and that can add $30,000 or more during the course of a project. That would be a waste of your money.
What’s more, when you do use a project manager, he or she often ends up playing the telephone game, relaying messages back and forth among the owner, the architects, and the builder. The New Avenue platform handles all of that incredibly well.
Our platform does the job of a project manager for free, and it has a better memory than any person can ever have.
At New Avenue, we’ve built a top-notch management platform and recruited a network of over 1500 people who can deliver an exceptional experience and outstanding quality anywhere in the country.
What does the project manager cost? At New Avenue, it costs nothing.
Our free online system is designed to eliminate redundancies in project management. We built it to save you time, money, and sanity.
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