Our team is your partner from concept through construction. We provide owners, architects and end-users with a wide range of services from early conceptual cost analysis to final competitively bid proposals reflecting current market trends. BEAR provides an array of services well in advance of actual construction, all designed to assist our clients in achieving a successful construction experience. Our robust estimating database and experienced staff can accurately forecast project costs to help define and validate a project’s budget and ultimate final cost. BEAR’s project management staff is an essential part of the preconstruction process, working closely with the design team to establish a critical path schedule, validate cost saving options, identify early procurement items and conduct a constructability assessment to eliminate potential conflicts. Our proactive planning minimizes potential cost and schedule overruns prior to subcontract awards. Thorough preparation, planning and verified cost assessment are the principles that guide our preconstruction efforts, and are what enables our team to successfully and consistently deliver results for our clients.

Precon Team Estimating

General Contracting

As a General Contractor, BEAR’s role is to ensure construction projects are properly planned, managed and executed. We work diligently to define the project scope and budget; set priorities; identify potential challenges and determine solutions that lead to a successful project completion.

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Construction Management

BEAR will oversee the overall process, safety and quality craftmanship of the project is managed in a way that avoids risks, setbacks or schedule delays for the owner.



BEAR has the resources and industry partners to be your single point of contact for design and construction. There are three common types of Design+Build processes that we frequently execute:

  • Full Design+Build
  • Partial Design+Assist
  • MEP Design+Assist

Project Value Analysis

The cost of a project extends far beyond the initial financial outlay to construct it. Topics such as life-cycle costs, energy costs, employee ease and enjoyment of use, along with many other factors, contribute to the direct or indirect cost of any project. Our team is always looking for ways to add value to your project and will engage with you and your design team to deliver not just the best price for the work, but the best value for you as our client.

Project Field Survey

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