At Kinley Corporation we consult with you to accurately define overall development objectives, pre construction consulting, provide preliminary pricing for initial project concepts, and assist in financial analysis and pro forma establishment. Through our strong relationships with multiple design professionals we will recommend an architect and engineering firm that best suits your specific needs. Our team will work with you throughout the preconstruction process, working on a design schedule along with formulation of building concept, project budget, and a preliminary construction schedule. We supply analyses of construction market conditions as well as recommend building materials, methods and systems. This early involvement solves many of the constructability issues before final plans are issued to bidders. We prepare Conceptual Cost Estimate based on preliminary schematic drawings. This advanced knowledge of cost is extremely meaningful to all aspects of your design and budget. We continuously offer time and cost analyses of the overall construction design (value engineering). “Value engineering” results in defining the cost saving alternates for various design components including structural, architectural, exterior facade, interior finish, mechanical and electrical systems, early on.

Our goal is to accelerate your project over traditional methods while being cost effective. We coordinate all efforts relative to municipal, code requirements, planning and zoning, code review, securing boundary and topographical surveys, environmental, landscape, preliminary plat and geo-technical engineering studies. As a Kinley client you are part of our family, and our focus will be placed on you and your project throughout the whole process as we continue to build a relationship as your project grows into reality.


Pre Construction Consulting Services include but are not limited to:

  • Coordination between owner and architect
  • Ongoing communication
  • Site utilization and logistics
  • Estimating
  • Cost management
  • Material and equipment life cycle cost analysis
  • Material selection and specification
  • Constructability reviews
  • Complete project scheduling
  • Scheduling analysis and control
  • Phasing analysis
  • Bid packaging recommendations