By working closely with our clients, consultants, and industry partners, we understand the client’s vision and strive to amplify our efforts to achieve the best possible results.
In the traditional design-bid-build, FMI is your partner in ensuring your project is meeting your planned schedule, quality, and budget. As your general contractor, FMI works closely with you and the design team to safely and efficiently execute your plan. FMI is committed to keeping the project safe and organized while maintaining the project's schedule and obtain the highest level of quality.
As a Construction Manager (CM), FMI represents the owner’s interest and provides oversight over the entire project directly for the Client. FMI will work closely with the project’s stakeholders and trade partners from the earliest stages of design and provide expertise in construction costs, scheduling, and value engineering which can be continually evaluated as the design progresses. FMI recommends Construction Management services to the clients as a broader and more cost-effective construction solution than traditional Design-Bid-Build contract. FMI’s Construction Management service includes:
Construction management can lower your project’s ultimate life-cycle costs.
FMI project management service supports clients from the project conception through to the selection of consultants, land development, planning, pre-construction, construction monitoring, closeout, commissioning, and postconstruction. Our experienced and expert resources identify project risks during the preconstruction and planning phase to mitigate risks throughout the construction process and to assist the clients to generate the most value from their projects and portfolios. FMI’s project management service includes:
FMI manages projects with full transparency for clients and contributes the FMI’s team expertise gained through many projects to ensure productive collaborations.
Strong relationships are found at the heart of FMI’s interactions with its clients and trade partners. FMI builds and maintains those relationships by being versatile when it comes to budgeting, scheduling, risk identification, and planning while being responsive and communicative throughout the life cycle of a project.
Value engineering solutions will be proposed during the conceptual design stage as part of a risk management plan, highlighting market challenges that will assist you in making the best possible financial decisions.
An early and accurate budget analysis is critical to the success of your project. FMI's experienced team will assist you in making the best possible financial decision during the design development period.
FMI's team will develop construction cash flow planning to show you what to expect each month throughout the construction period.
A practical construction schedule is a key to the success of your project. During the preconstruction phase, all project stakeholders will collaborate to create a realistic schedule that clearly states the sequencing of the design, construction elements, and expectations from everyone.
Detailed site logistics, safety plans, and quality programs will be developed early to ensure all aspects of design are reflected in the construction plan and considered in the budget.
FMI is committed to providing employees with equipment, training, and best practices to achieve a shared goal of zero incidents. FMI recognizes that its most valuable asset is its employees. FMI is dedicated to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy work environment for all employees at work.
At FMI, quality is everybody’s responsibility and a proactive approach to quality is a top priority for all project team members. FMI’s quality management vision is ‘Build it right, build it once’. To achieve this vision a Quality Management Plan (QMP) will be implemented by FMI to ensure a high level of quality of work on all projects.
FMI is a technology-driven construction company and is constantly adapting to new technologies to find ways to lower construction costs. FMI uses innovative tools to manage complicated processes, improve the quality of their work, and the efficiency of their team.
At FMI, LEAN construction simply means ‘efficiency’, and how efficiency can lead to delivering the most value to the project. What makes FMI different from its competitors is the combination of the latest technology and their LEAN In Construction program. LEAN in construction is an important factor of productivity and if implemented effectively can help with lowering the project cost.
Diversity is the art of thinking independently together. Construction is a complex business and our success requires the skills and efforts of a diverse group of people, engaged in a wide variety of activities. Our success is a result of the efforts of men and women of different cultures, backgrounds, and beliefs. We embrace diversity and inclusion in all aspects of our business.
FMI is committed to its focus on the environment, and thus, sustainability is built into the way FMI works. FMI’s commitments to stewardship, efficiency, respect for the environment, and supporting the health and well-being of present and future generations are evident in the highly sustainable properties they build, and their involvement in the communities where they operate.
FMI's team has respect for neighbours and perform their duties onsite with the care, attention, and respect as if the FMI family lived on the neighbouring properties. FMI continually review and plan their approach to ensure they minimize disruption to the existing and maintain ‘business as usual’ for our client, local residents, and commercial neighbours.
As part of the FMI HSE program, FMI has developed comprehensive COVID-19 policies and procedures for the COVID-19 virus outbreak in Canada. The objective of these procedures is to ensure that employees' concerns are addressed during work and to protect all employees from spreading or contracting COVID-19. These procedures are adhered to b
As part of the FMI HSE program, FMI has developed comprehensive COVID-19 policies and procedures for the COVID-19 virus outbreak in Canada. The objective of these procedures is to ensure that employees' concerns are addressed during work and to protect all employees from spreading or contracting COVID-19. These procedures are adhered to by all employees while work is commencing on FMI's projects.
FMI actively looks for opportunities to support women in construction, the Indigenous community, minorities, and those who are new to Canada. To do that, they work with non-profit organizations that provide opportunities to those who need support and want to learn and level up their skills. At FMI, employees are encouraged to mentor others and look for the opportunity to build a better community.