Step 2 | Tender Management
Find the Builder That’s Right For You
Whether you want to extend your house, renovate it, or build a new one, it’s essential to find the right builder that will assist with converting your plans into reality. Tender management is the process of selecting the builder from a number of bidders, and determining the best practice for future contracts. Designed to ensure no stone is left unturned, our tender management provides you with a detailed scope of work and a fixed price building quote. Our team will guide you through this paramount stage, so your project is built to specification, completed on time and within budget.
The Tender Process
Once you have DA approval and/or the CDC plans you can take advantage of our Tender Management Package. Our ‘apples for apples’ approach ensures nothing is left out, so you aren’t caught out with cost variations for items not quoted. The detailed scope will include all building materials, methods and applications for the base building inclusions. This overall detailed process is designed to safeguard against variations occurring during the construction period.
We present your tender documents to a panel of licensed builders, consisting of trusted and quality builders. A scheduled ‘Open Day’ walkthrough, conducted by your project manager is offered to the tendering builders which will further minimize any guess work on the builder’s behalf. This window allows the builder the opportunity to view the subject site and any existing structures, discuss an element of the design or documents with the project manager as well as meet with you, the client.
At the close of the tendering period, the tenders are collated and assessed ensuring “apples for apples” responses. The tender results are presented to you with a view to move forward to selecting a builder and signing your fixed-price contract based on money and time. If need be, changes to the scope can be made to align quoted pricing and your budget. Any required negotiations are made by us on your behalf to ensure the best possible outcome.