Construction Management

Construction Management

Overseeing construction of such structures as highways, bridges, airports, dams and reservoirs requires knowledge of engineering and management principles, as well as business procedures, economics, and human behavior. After a structure has been designed, the construction engineer tests the design and oversees the construction. The firm establishes a timely review process for information requests and submittals. The construction engineer also develops cost estimates and design changes and completes the as-build plan.

Bloom employees utilize critical-thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making techniques to bring professional operations to construction projects. Bloom checks plans and specifications for constructability, efficiency, and safety, and recommends modifications when necessary. Most importantly, Bloom monitors the activity to provide a safe environment for the workers and affected public.

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