We believe that our job as the “General” is to control the process and the outcome of every project. We cannot succeed unless the trades we are leading succeed.

  • Initiation: Relationship buildings, feasibility studies, programming, land acquisition, conceptual budgeting

  • Planning: Permitting, cost estimating, schedule development and management

  • Executing: Site supervision, subcontractor management, field engineering, safety coordination

  • Monitoring and Controlling: Quality assurance and control, accounting, shop drawings and submittals

  • Project Closeout: O&M manuals, punchlists, inspections, test / balance / start-up



From managing an entire project to supplementing other construction management teams, GMA approaches every managed project with accountability, transparency and a proactive, hands-on approach.

  • Bid Process: Bidder lists, bid analysis, recommendation for approval, and contracting

  • Trade Coordination: Coordinate subcontractors to ensure quality and timeliness, and resolve conflicts

  • Client and Agency Coordination: Agency coordination and organized communication with the client

  • Cost, Safety and Quality Control: Monitor costs, develop and maintain robust quality and safety programs



GMA utilizes economy and efficiency by combining the design and construction phases of a project while assuming the majority of the risk.

  • Design: GMA takes the time to develop a deep understanding of your objectives. We will hire architects, engineers, designers and resources that are most suited to compliment and accomplish your goals.

  • Build: GMA provides total management and complete transparency to the Owner, making the most cost-efficient decisions as a team.

  • Deliver: The success of a design-build project hinges on the expertise of the team members. GMA is proud of the organizational skills of its team members and continually delivers projects on time and within budget.



GMA provides cost engineering services to prepare estimates and/or verify proposed construction costs at various stages throughout the construction process.

  • Conceptual Project Budgets

  • Construction Bid Estimates

  • Contract Cost Review

  • Lump Sum Estimates

  • Value Engineering Cost Estimates

  • Quantity Take-offs

  • Life Cycle Costing

  • Change Order Evaluations

  • Material Escalation Analysis

  • Project Closeout Costs