Commercial: Other


Banks
PCM provides services to various Banks on a variety of projects in several locations throughout the United States. Its program construction management services team helped to successfully complete the relocation, mergers and ground up construction of over 2,500 branches including all programming, design documents, construction, furniture procurement, telecommunications and computer/network coordination, and the management of a deferred repair and maintenance program in coordination, and the management of a deferred repair and maintenance program in the building.
Condominiums
PCM has provided Inspection; Damage Discovery/Assessment; Budgeting; Scheduling; Value Engineering; Invoice Review & Approval; On-site Management and Client Representation services for the correction, rehabilitation and remodeling of townhouses and condominiums.

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Bank of America, South Coast Metro Relocation and other Various Locations
Services provided: Program construction management valued at $350 million, estimating, budgeting, scheduling, value engineering, on-going CM support, full program management. Completed between 1995-1999.

The project included overseeing the relocation of 540 bank employees from a single location in the South Coast Metro Building into multiple locations throughout Orange County. The included all programming, design documents, construction, furniture procurement, telecommunications and computer/network coordination. Project also encompassed the management of a deferred repair and maintenance program in the building.

PCM also provided services on a variety of projects in several locations throughout the United States. Its program construction management services team helped to successfully complete the relocation, mergers and ground up construction of over 2,500 branches. PCM also provided ADA Modifications, Lighting Retrofits, Vault Relocations and Restacks to several branches as well as successfully handling Administrative Tenant Improvements Program (1995-1999), In-store Branch Bank Program (1997-1998) and ATM Program (1995-1998).

Home Savings of America
Provided estimating service valued at $15 million. Completed in 1998.
Wells Fargo, First Interstate Merger and Great American Merger
Services provided: estimating for the First Interstate merger of 639 branches and Great American Merger of 92 branches, valued at $54 million. Completed between 1991-1997.
Topliss and Harding, Apartment Construction and Condominium Remodel
PCM provided the following services:

  • Budgeting
  • Estimating
  • Scheduling
  • Damage Inspection & Assessment
  • Monitoring and Management services to the
  • insurance adjusters

PCM was retained by the insurance adjusters to assess and estimate the extent of seismic repair and renovation required to this 650 unit apartment complex located in Woodland Hills. The project included demolition and complete re-build of 120 units and re-construction of all remaining units. Valued at $9 million. Completed in 1995.

Peppertree HOA, Condominium Remodel. Northridge CA
PCM provided the following services:

  • Inspection
  • Damage Discovery/Assessment
  • Budgeting
  • Scheduling
  • Value Engineering
  • Invoice Review & Approval
  • On-site Management
  • Client Representation Services

PCM worked with contractor JP Builders to determine the extent of the water damage and fix these 225 townhouses located in Northridge, California. The scope included destructive testing, exposing exterior wall framework, recording locations of typical detail problems and determining fixes. The main problem was that the ship-lap wood siding had been installed vertically and through the years had “cupped” allowing the water to penetrate the exterior wall. PCM worked with the builder and a local architect to develop typical details for the fixes. We also acted as the Construction Manager for the first phase of the project. Other phases of work were delayed due to the Northridge earthquake. Valued at $3.2 million. Completed in 1996.

Tres Robles I, Townhome Remodel. Canyon Country CAPCM was retained by the homeowners association on this 140 unit complex involving 6 buildings of Type V construction over masonry and concrete ground level parking areas and provided the following services:

    • Budgeting
    • Scheduling
    • Damage Inspection & Assessment
    • Construction Management services to inspect and assess the damage associated with earthquake, water and termites
    • Developing a damage survey report
    • Preparing bid documents and bidding project

Valued at $3.7 million. Completed in 1996.

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