CSP provided value-engineering for the project, helping the school to remain within the school’s budget, by eliminating 15% of the project’s costs. This was done not by simply eliminating scope, but by proposing alternate means and methods to achieve desired ends–in other words, real value-engineering.
The scope of this $400K renovation included extensive demolition of masonry and plaster partitions, providing new masonry openings in exterior walls for new windows and new masonry partition walls. CSP installed new casework in the administrative and main offices, classrooms and nurses suite. Cross Street provided new MEP throughout the renovated areas. The CSP team worked closely with vendors hired directly by the school, to ensure the entire project was completed on time, not simply the work for which CSP was responsible.