We understand the complexities and unique challenges found in any size construction project – renovation or new construction, tenant improvement, or a full-scale addition. With a full range of planning, construction, development and facility management services, our clients have the advantage of our cross-functional expertise and insight.
McGough has a proud history of partnership and collaboration on projects ranging from complex biotechnology facilities and mission critical data centers to world-class corporate campuses and inspiring education and worship spaces. Our reputation is reflected in the structures we’ve helped create and our commitment to safety, quality, efficiency, and sustainability. McGough is known for highly experienced project managers and supervisory personnel who leverage the power of the right people in the right place, at the right time.
McGough leverages VirtualBUILD and LeanBUILD practices to ensure the most efficient and effective outcomes during the construction phase of project. Our experienced project team utilizes state-of-the-art project management software and content sharing tools to facilitate effective interaction with all project team members. These tools, protocols, and practices ensure consistency of approach on all projects, as well as predictable outcomes.
McGough offers multiple delivery approaches enabling the most appropriate construction options for any given project. Construction services include:
We consult project teams in the preparation of drawings and specifications to facilitate bidding and awarding of subcontracts. We recommend bid packages follow the CSI format and reflect an entire project component.
McGough assigns highly experienced, full-time, on-site supervisory staff to coordinate and direct work. We establish on-site organization and authority, schedule weekly jobsite meetings, monitor subcontractor progress, prepare and distribute summary reports, and document schedule changes.
McGough project superintendents actively monitor sequencing and on-site coordination of all trades. Materials, equipment, availability and scheduling components are reviewed in weekly jobsite meetings.
McGough is responsible for all construction site activities including security. Allocated jobsite office and parking areas provide a central hub for project management.
McGough’s state-of-the-art warehouse, spanning over 70,000 square feet, is utilized for the production of prefabrication and storage. This massive facility enables us to prefabricate numerous materials, as well as pre-assemble formwork, out of the elements and in the most efficient manner feasible. Over 90% of project materials are kept inside, rather than in the yard. When temperatures go sub-zero and wet conditions slam the Midwest, clients can rest assured that time won’t be wasted on treating or moving materials. McGough takes it a step further by virtually planning formwork positioning down to the inch on where it’s placed on site. Efficiency for storage, impeccable categorization, and commitment for inventory control are just some of the hallmarks of how McGough does prefabrication better.
Project superintendents meticulously review bids and verify completion of work. Scope of work, contract amounts and any changes are tracked and closely monitored by the project manager and cost accountants to maintain current and correct information.
Our project cost accounting systems provide timely and reliable data through detailed budget, labor cost, subcontractor, change order and progress reports.
McGough is dedicated to quality. We minimize the size of final punch lists by managing work according to areas of project responsibility. Retainage is released when all work is accepted, lien waivers signed and inspections completed.
Whether its help identifying qualified vendors or ordering just-in-time materials, we work with project teams to manage the entire procurement process – from ordering and monitoring production schedules to materials inspection, delivery and installation.
McGough maintains and updates a comprehensive catalog of project reports for team access and review. Documentation includes cost estimates, value engineering reports, bid tabulations, schedules, shop drawing logs, daily logs, safety audits, weekly job meeting notes, subcontractor status reports and job cost history.
McGough reviews all subcontractor and supplier insurance programs to confirm coverage meets owner and project requirements.
McGough understands the complex variables involved in project close-out and transition. Whether it’s equipping facility owners with electronic files and models, or training owners on how to effectively operate new systems, McGough is there to support clients throughout the process.