We provide the full spectrum of Construction Management Services from project conception through the project warranty.
With skilled and experienced tradesmen, we have in-house ability to self-perform many aspects of construction when it benefits the project.
Our detailed and transparent estimates and budgets allow the project team to fully understand the allocation of construction dollars.
Logistics and overall project scheduling are provided during preconstruction dovetailing into a detailed construction schedule allowing the project team to identify schedule constraints and to work efficiently.
Alternate Design and
Throughout design, we provide evaluation and budgeting of alternate designs as well as advise the project team on the constructibility of the plans and details.
With multiple LEED Accredited Professionals on Staff, we can help the project team meet the sustainable construction objectives desired. We help develop strategies to meet or exceed LEED, Net Zero, and Passive House standards
The Lithgow Library Expansion project involved additions and renovations to an 1880’s Andrew Carnegie funded library in Augusta, Maine. The project demolished an outdated 1970’s wing and expanded onto an adjacent lot with a new wing that more than double the size of the existing Library. Renovations of the original historic stone building included restoration of the original wood and complete reconstruction of the stain glass windows.
Project Cost: $8.9 Million
Selected in 2021 by Northern light to provide construction management services on the Blue Hill Memorial Hospital, the JF Scott Construction team worked closely with the owner and designer to budget and plan this 21,400 sf facility. The overall project included an additional 29,000 sf of renovations to an on-site medical office building and Maine Coast Memorial Hospital located 20 minutes to the North. Close coordination and a high level of communication was required to complete the work on an active hospital campus.
Project Cost: $26 Million
The Schiller Coastal Studies involved development of a 7 acre campus for Bowdoin College. The six buildings totaling nearly 20,000 sf of new construction included a new dry lab, a collaboration building with commercial kitchen, and 4 residential buildings to house students and professors all designed to meet passive house standards. The 13 month project was completed in the summer of 2020 ahead of schedule while navigating the impacts of the COVID shutdowns.
Project Cost: $10.5 Million
The Watershed Center for Ceramic Arts project consists of demolition of an existing 40’x200’ seasonal ceramics studio and construction of a 7300 sf state-of-the-art year-round facility in its place. The new studio is a combination of wood and steel framing with a focus on use of low maintenance materials.
Project Cost: $2.8 Million