Whether you are an owner, tenant, developer, real estate broker, architect, designer, engineer or even just like CAMA, a general contractor, you have most certainly already experienced the many repercussions, losses of control, disappointments and frustrations associated with the realization of a project.

INNOVATION CAMA is a brand new service that complements our core functions as a general contractor. Through this personalized service, we offer you the opportunity to act as your representative whose sole objective is to defend your interests with the various stakeholders involved in your project, including professionals, subcontractors, suppliers and even, if necessary, a general contractor other than CAMA.

The goal is to provide you with our in-depth knowledge and expertise as well as our rigorous organizational, monitoring and control systems. Over the years, these have been developed, tested and constantly optimized to ensure the most appropriate and efficient performance.

Whatever the nature of your project, this brand new service exclusive to CAMA is the best investment you can make!

INNOVATION CAMA can include, according to your needs, in part or in whole :

  • The search for properties to purchase or to lease.
  • The review and negotiation of leases or purchase contracts. The qualification, validation and selection of the various stakeholders to be involved in the project, including professionals, subcontractors, suppliers and even, if necessary, a general contractor other than CAMA.
  • The review and revision of plans and specifications including the choice of materials, methods, details, etc.
  • Ensure that the overall project concept prioritizes performance, efficiency and sustainability without neglecting or affecting its quality and originality.
  • Using a good weighting system, with much more than just the lowest price principle as selection criteria, determine the best bids or proposals.
  • Ensure in a proactive and very specific way that the maximum is planned in advance in order to reduce surprises and unforeseen problems to a minimum. Taking the time to plan well during the project preparation phase is certainly more cost-effective from all points of view than improvising during or after the project's completion.
  • Assessment of risk factors and potential negative impacts.
  • Planning for the implementation of a plan "B" may be required as it may help reduce the costs and deadlines of the project in advance.
  • Fair, equitable, rigorous and informed negotiations.
  • The development and implementation of a logical and feasible work schedule.
  • On a daily basis, ensure that the work is well managed, including the cleanliness and safety of the site, the quality of the work and compliance with the pre-established schedule and specifications.
  • From the very beginning to the very end of the project, the work environment, team spirit, collaboration, involvement and respect for everyone are as positive as possible.
  • In the event of unforeseen or uncontrollable situations, establish as soon as possible how the negative impacts relate to the costs, deadlines and integrity of the initial project can be minimized.
  • To develop a list of work completions and deficiencies sufficiently in advance to ensure that it is as complete as possible by aiming for the objective of ''Zero Deficiency'' by the date of taking possession.
  • Control of overall costs including ensuring that each extra is reasonable and justified and that each credit is fair and sufficient.
  • At the end of the project, both for warranty application and future maintenance, set up a program including as built plans, maintenance manuals, updated lists of materials and finishes, list and complete contact information for required personnel, etc.