In addition to traditional modular construction services, USMGE offers hybrid construction services. Hybrid construction techniques combine site-built construction that expands on the capabilities of modular construction. Typically hybrid techniques are used to maximize the utility of the building or to add a desirable feature to the structure, like two-story lobbies or rooms with ceiling heights greater than 10 feet.
US Modular Group East, Inc (USMGE) subscribes to basic construction methodologies in an effort to deliver a project that exceeds it’s clients expectations in providing the most economical and effective services to ensure adequate delivery and of the modular structure in a proper setting.
Design and Build Process: USMGE in providing the modular structure as specified and as delineated in our scope of work will work with the factory engineers to fine tune and redraw the plans provided if required using modular industry standards to insure complete satisfaction and to make certain color selection and materials are properly ordered.
Project Approach: USMGE will delineate job tasks to it’s subcontractors that are best suited to complete the work. USMGE will carefully evaluate their progress to provide the best possible modular building utilizing factory and site installed products to be complete within the contract requirements and reasonable time frame desired by the client.
Single Point Contact: USMGE will dedicate one full time project manager to this project. The project manager has the authority to make decisions pertaining to costs, scheduling, change orders, etc. USMGE’s philosophy is that a successful project begins with a dedicated take control and organized project manager. The project manager will be the customer?s primary contact for updates and questions.
Quality Control Plan/Daily Construction Meetings: USMGE requires that the project manager coordinates daily construction meetings. The meetings provide a forum for the contractors to discuss and coordinate work. In the meetings allow the contractors to voice their concerns, desires and/or conflicts. Our past experience has indicated that contractors will make more of an effort to work together if a team environment exists. As part of our open communication policy USMGE encourages the customer to the daily meetings.
Accident Prevention/Weekly Safety Meetings: Safety is one issue that USMGE will not compromise. USMGE’s policy is very simple, “The contractors are required to comply with OSHA and the customer requirements for safety or the will not work for USMGE.” The weekly safety meetings are designed to review the associated hazards and the safety requirements to complete the tasks. In the project manager continuously emphasizes safety.
US Modular Group East, Inc Contractor Team: USMGE has an excellent relationship with our subcontractors. We consider as true, the saying, “A chain is as strong as its weakest line.” We understand that our subcontractors are an extension of USMGE and represent our company. USMGE uses only professional contractors that are trained in their prospective trades. USMGE does not want to meet your we want to exceed them.
Factory Inspection Program: USMGE utilizes this program to insure that its customers receive full value and quality workmanship is achieved. This program saves time and unnecessary delay in building occupancy.
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“I just wanted to let you know that your efforts for the modular relocation at Wayside Elementary School did not go unnoticed. I truly appreciate how your crews were able to complete the project as promised and did so exhibiting a high degree of workmanship. Thanks again, and I look forward to working with you again on many future projects.”
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