Two nationally-recognized firms have announced a new collaboration while bringing together decades of experience spanning multiple industry verticals.
North Coast Capital Consultants (NC3), the resulting company combines technical engineering and consulting depth of NV5 (NASDAQ: NVEE) with the legal experience of Cleveland-based Benesch.
To help project owners navigate risk throughout the construction process, NC3 will offer customized construction consulting solutions. Although the company has formed last year, the team behind the success has worked together for more than 30 years.
They decided to take a proactive approach to help project owners preempt and avoid recurring issues after witnessing pitfalls on other construction projects. By offering a full scope of consulting services through every phase of construction, they managed to emerge successfully.
“We’ve seen the failure to manage risk in the construction process. Most owner’s reps and building program managers typically approach projects from the engineering or design side,” said President of NC3, Barry Miller. “They don’t have the depth of experience and technical capabilities to provide the advice and insight that owners need to make effective decisions. We bring the experience and capabilities to the table earlier and use our collective talents to avoid repeating issues, which allows us to manage risk up front and contain risk as it occurs.”
To efficiently meet every project’s needs within each owner’s budget, NC3 scales its offerings. NC3’s professionals have completed high-profile projects on time and on a budget, with this lean approach. NC3 serves industries including K-12 education, health care, government, higher education, industrial, hospitality, and mixed-use development.
From specialties spanning construction, design, engineering, design, and finance NC3 will provide solutions with the goal of achieving each project’s best potential outcome for each client by bringing in the right expertise from its team.
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