Vermeulens has convened a weekly construction round table made up of designers, construction managers, owners, engineers, subcontractors, vendors, consultants, and owner’s project managers to share knowledge, corporate planning, and construction related issues during these turbulent times.Click here to view the weekly situation reports from these meetings
We have developed a cost control process to enable us to provide clients with the most detailed and accurate information to assist them to make major project decisions. Our team performs several quality control processes to ensure our estimate was developed using the correct criteria and assumptions before the draft estimate is delivered. As part of our estimating process, we build a comprehensive value engineering list for your consideration. Once the draft estimate is released and reviewed, we can provide value management and reconciliation services as needed.
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We estimate over 150 new/renovation projects every year, which translates into $10 billion worth of construction. Extensive bid and reconciliation data enable us to benchmark institutional buildings at appropriate current levels.
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Vermeulens Market Outlook Quarterly charts leading indicators and provides forecasts for price trends in the Institutional–Commercial–Industrial construction sector. Trends are based on over 30 years of data compiled into Vermeulens Index. Unlike other indexes, ours is based on actual bid prices for projects and trades in our sector.
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Vermeulens is proud to present AIA approved presentations. These presentations are presented at national conferences, online, and through our Lunch and Learn program. We would gladly organize, an in-depth presentation tailored to your needs to the thought leaders in your office.
Through our Quarterly Market Outlook, Vermeulens reviews key indicators that forecast the construction costs over a 2 year period across the U.S. and Canada. We also offer pertinent information on issues facing our economy / construction environment through our Vermeulens Insight Blogs.
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