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KeenLook Redicheck Reviews
The Nigro Firm customizes a unique construction document KeenLook redicheck review for your project based on your budget, schedule and areas of concern. Anything is possible...
The time needed to conduct a coordination review depends on the size and complexity of the project. The exact timetable and completion date is included in the contract and rest assured — we have never missed a deadline.
The Nigro Firm’s KeenLook redicheck review team looks for cross discipline coordination errors, such as inconsistencies between architectural, structural, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection, electrical, telecom, security, technology, civil, landscape, water feature, pool, food service, demolition, and specialty (e.g., asbestos abatement, methane gas control, airport baggage handling, etc.) disciplines. The reviewers also look for general errors, inconsistencies, omissions and make a note of potential problem areas in the construction documents and related specs.
Full Redicheck Review
This level of KeenLook coordination redicheck review focuses on everything! Any place where we think that there could be matching or contradicting information is checked, within and between disciplines. Everything on each drawing is addressed.
This is an extremely methodical, meticulous, and thorough redicheck review that generally takes between one to two hours per drawing to perform. This is the most popular type of review requested, since it is the most comprehensive review and it provides the opportunity to save the most amount of money possible.
Interdisciplinary-Only Redicheck Review
This level of KeenLook coordination redicheck review focuses on the points of interface between disciplines. A breakdown in communication between the disciplines is typically a source of very expensive change orders and cost overruns.
Spot Check Redicheck Review
In a spot check, we proofread or perform a quality audit only on requested areas of concern. This level of redicheck review may just check one discipline or one area of a structure... whatever the client requests. For example, this review is helpful after ground breaking to quickly check an area that you anticipate a problem in or can be used to evaluate a designer you have not worked with before. A spot check can also be used to support litigation or forensics or to help a subcontractor prepare a tighter bid.