HSU’s management team is proficient and skilled in all facets of construction, with seasoned Project Managers who have strong working relationships with local subcontractors and suppliers, and deliver efficient, reliable and cost-effective services. Over the past decade, HSU has made a name for itself in the industry as a reputable and conscientious Construction Manager. HSU makes use of the latest technologies to bring the best value to its customers. HSU makes use of advanced computer and Internet technology at all stages of construction management, combined with a thorough knowledge of current market conditions and subcontractors, which allows the company to offer budget pricing, value engineering, alternative design recommendations and advanced project scheduling including thoroughly planned Critical Path Networks.
HSU’s Project Managers work closely with their clients during every phase of a construction project, to ensure three things:
- That the design meets the client’s intended use of the project
- That the project has been properly value engineered to meet the client’s budget guidelines, and
- That each detail of the project is custom tailored to suit the needs and requirements of the individual client.
HSU maintains a commitment to excellence so that every project can be completed on schedule and within budget. Further, HSU employs techniques from Total Quality Management in order that all completed contracts meet the highest standards.
In 2009, HSU successfully provided Construction Management services to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - South Block Renovation. This award winning project involved professional management services for the Kennedy Center and the end-user National Symphony Orchestra. The scope of work included renovations of approximately 25,000 sf with interior demolition and build-back of dressing rooms, locker rooms, bathrooms, offices, and instrument storage rooms. It also involved complete upgrades of the mechanical, sprinkler, electrical, and fire alarm systems. Many areas, including the storage area used to house the grand pianos, required specialty conditioning systems to protect these delicate instruments.