Who will manage the entire process?
In our role as project manager, there is nothing that isn’t our responsibility.


CID Group works as an advocate for the owner to manage the complexities and ever increasing risks found in today’s construction marketplace. We understand that our client’s primary focus does not revolve around completing capital projects, but is based upon delivering the goods and services of their core business.

CID Group will act as a central point of contact for the entire project team. We understand that every project, regardless of size, is a once in a lifetime opportunity to prove the value of our services and to validate the trust our clients place in us. We are both honored and humbled by the clients whom have placed their trust in us to successfully lead their projects. We ensure you our organization will endeavor to provide the same level of exemplary service to meet or exceed your expectations.


Prepare RFP’s for architectural/engineering services, telecommunications, inspections & testing and other specialty contractors as required.
Foster and encourage a team spirit among all team members.
Prepare complete design/build based specifications when required to be used as bridging documents in the modified design/build process.
Actively work to learn the owner’s organization and conduct ourselves as if directly employed by the owner.
All responsible parties kept informed of project requirements.
Continuously monitor overall project schedule and identify problem areas and shift or refocus project team resources where possible to overcome critical path obstacles.
Oversee conceptual planning, schematic and design process and interface with all internal departments/project participants.
Provide conceptual, square foot, parametric and detailed estimates.
Pro-actively manage the entire bidding process.
Project financial reporting.
Provide document, contract and scope interpretation when required.
Change order management.
Maintain active, accessible project files for turnover to owner at project completion.
Facilitate good relations with all required regulatory agencies.
Provide shop drawing review considering owner issues.
Conduct job progress meetings, as appropriate, and special project meetings as required including the completion of minutes.
Oversee project closeout and completion of all punchlist items.
As requested, assist owner’s finance department with financial controls.
Practice sound management techniques to help prevent claims from occurring.