As the project progresses and becomes more defined, Hargrove conducts additional risk analyses for better accuracy with less contingency. Estimates are quantity-based and account for major scope items, equipment, construction quantities, significant risk items, field and home office cost, procuring and delivery of all materials and equipment, all professional services, and an estimate of the owner’s cost.
The front-end estimate is typically conceptual (order of magnitude). Hargrove develops an estimating plan and basis document prior to performing a risk analysis based on the data available in order to estimate a project’s total cost.
As the project progresses and the scope and information becomes more defined, additional risk analyses are conducted for better accuracy with less contingency. Depending on the level of accuracy and complexity of the project, estimates are quantity-based and account for major scope items, equipment, construction quantities, significant risk items, field, and home office cost, procuring and delivery of all materials and equipment, all professional services, and an estimate of the owners cost.
Project management, discipline engineers, the client, and the estimator work together to ensure that all elements of the estimate, in addition to the discipline-provided quantities, are accounted for and accurate.
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Hargrove has consistently ranked in the top 100 global companies involved in system integration. From new system configuration and migrations to integration and retrofits of existing systems that bridge critical gaps in automation, Hargrove gets it done.
“Not every firm has the dedication and expertise to work in the petrochemicals industry – especially when it comes to retrofit and revamp projects. Our team’s mission is always to deliver safe, high-quality work while bringing value to our clients.”
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