The Ancon team has experience in all new building types and construction processes including: wood framed, poured concrete, tilt up concrete, masonry, conventional steel structure, and pre-engineered buildings. Based on your needs and design specifications, we’ll recommend the method or combination of methods best suited for your project criteria.
For more information, please contact:
Gary Wetzel, Sr. Vice President of Business Development M (574) 971-6714
Ryan Kring Vice President of Business Development M (574) 238-8767
An Ancon Project Manager is responsible for the overall management of a project. They lead the Design-Build team in programming, design, budgeting, and cost estimating, as well as through the construction and closeout phases of the project. A well diverse project management staff brings years of knowledge in the medical, religious, educational, and industrial building types – allowing us to be the expert on projects which demand a high level of detail, complex systems, and work flow solutions.
An open book competitive pricing process is used to review the entire project’s cost with a client. During this process, Ancon partners with the highest quality and reputable level of Design-Build partners, sub-contractors, and trades within the industry to assure a cost effective and high quality solution/end product. Ancon has a rigorous subcontractor qualification process that must be met in order to be considered to be part of the team. Ratings of these qualifications are reviewed after each project by our foreman and superintendents.
Ancon’s experienced Job Superintendents have been in the industry for 30+ years. Every project has a dedicated Job Superintendent that maintains supervision of the construction process – including its organization, planning, coordination, and scheduling. They are responsible to ensure the project is completed on time and within budget. A quality control plan, daily inspections, safety plan briefings, and weekly punch lists assure a project’s smooth process from start to completion.
The way a project is completed is all dependent upon the quality control and assurance that was maintained throughout the entire construction process. Historically, Ancon projects have had minimal or non-existent punch lists at the end of the project due to the responsibility by the Superintendent and the on-site team members. Internal and external evaluations of the project are performed after the project is over to discover “lessons learned” and to look for continuous improvement. Consistent positive feedback from customers and their evaluation/review of Ancon has allowed us to become a leader in effectively managing projects and becoming a “partner for life” with a client.
Renovation & Small Project Information:
Todd Stone: M (574) 238-6272