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West Coast Management Group is a consulting firm with 23 years of expertise in commercial construction and development, dedicated to delivering excellence on select projects.


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West Coast Management Group delivers on preconstruction, development and construction. WCMG diverse clients have ranged from New York to Honolulu.

$2 Billion

Executed projects. Specializes in complex building / engineering systems, roadway & utility infrastructure, high end design luxury properties maximizing the guest experience.

23+ YEars

of Commercial Development & Construction Management Skilled leadership able to jump in at any stage of aproject and add value.


West Coast Management offers a wide range of services. The level of involvement and need can fluctuate. WCMG manages based on clients need.

Contract Administration
  • Contract Drafting and Review
  • Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts, including agreements with vendors, subcontractors, consultants, and clients.

Contract Management:

  • Maintaining a central repository of contracts and related documentation.
  • Tracking contract milestones, deadlines, and deliverables.
  • Monitoring contract performance and compliance with contractual obligations.
  • Managing contract modifications, amendments, and extensions as necessary.

Reporting and Documentation:

  • Generating regular reports on contract status, project status updates, and meeting minutes.
  • Maintaining accurate and up-to-date contract records, including documentation of key correspondence, changes, and approvals.
  • Providing timely updates and summaries to relevant stakeholders on contract-related matters.
  • Detail-oriented with the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines effectively.
  • Proficient in various contract management software and Microsoft Office Suite.
Construction Management
  • Project Planning: Developing comprehensive plans to guide the construction process from start to finish.
  • Budgeting and Cost Management: Estimating costs, creating budgets, and effectively managing expenses through out the project.
  • Selection and Oversite of General Contractor, Engineering, Trade Partners, and trade buyout.
  • Contract Negotiation and Execution. Extensive contract law experience in negotiating, executive and managing a project in accordance with the contract
  • Scheduling: Creating and managing timelines to ensure tasks are completed on time and within deadlines.
  • Communication: Effectively communicating with stakeholders, subcontractors, and team members to ensure clarity and alignment.
  • Leadership: Providing strong leadership to motivate and coordinate project teams towards achieving goals.
  • Risk Management: Identifying potential risks and implementing strategies to mitigate them.
  • Quality Control: Ensuring that construction work meets quality standards and specifications.
  • Problem-solving: Addressing challenges and resolving issues that arise during construction. WCMG prides themselves on resourceful thinking and sound judgement.
  • Knowledge of Building Codes and Regulations: Staying up-to-date with building codes, regulations, and industry standards.
  • Construction Technology: Utilizing software and technology to streamline processes and enhance project efficiency.
Development & Preconstruction Management

Preconstruction experience encompasses the planning and preparation phase of a construction project before actual building work begins. Here are some key components of preconstruction experience:

WCMG partners with ownership and key stakeholders to provide thorough planning, analysis, and coordination to lay the groundwork for successful construction project, setting the stage for efficient execution and delivery.

  • Feasibility Studies: Conducting initial assessments to determine the viability and potential challenges of a construction project, including site analysis, regulatory requirements, and budget constraints
  • Cost Estimation: Developing accurate cost estimates based on project scope, materials, labor, and other factors to inform budgeting and financial planning.
  • Value Engineering: Identifying opportunities to optimize project costs without compromising quality or functionality.
  • Design Coordination: Collaborating with architects, engineers, and designers to ensure that project designs align with client requirements, budget constraints, and regulatory standards.
  • Schedule Development: Creating detailed project schedules that outline timelines for design, procurement, permitting, and construction activities to facilitate efficient project management and coordination.
  • Permitting and Regulatory Compliance: Navigating the regulatory landscape to obtain necessary permits, approvals, and certifications required for construction, and ensuring compliance with building codes and regulations.
  • Procurement Planning: Developing procurement strategies for materials, equipment, and subcontractor services to optimize cost, quality, and delivery timelines.
  • Risk Assessment and Mitigation: Identifying potential risks and uncertainties associated with the project anddeveloping strategies to mitigate them through proactive planning and contingency measures.
  • Constructability Reviews: Assessing project designs for constructability, identifying potential conflicts or inefficiencies, and proposing solutions to optimize construction processes.
Due Diligence & Entitlements

As a Real Estate Development Due Diligence andEntitlement Specialist, WCMG partners with developers and investors to conductthorough due diligence assessments and managing the entitlement process forreal estate development projects.

Due Diligence
Conducting comprehensive due diligence investigations to assess the feasibility and viability of potential development sites.

Entitlement Management:

  • Reviewing property records, zoning regulations, land use restrictions, environmental reports, and other relevant documents to identify potential risksand constraints.
  • Analyzing market trends, demographic data, and competitive landscape to evaluate market demand and project feasibility.
  • Coordinating with legal, engineering, and environmental consultants to obtain necessary reports and assessments.
  • Developing and executing strategies to secure necessary land use approvals, permits, and entitlements for development projects.
  • Preparing and submitting zoning applications, land use permits, subdivision approvals, and other entitlement documents to regulatory agencies.
  • Managing the entitlement process from initial application through approval, including attending hearings, meetings, and public consultations as required.
  • Collaborating with project teams, attorneys, consultants, and government officials to address concerns, negotiate terms, and resolve issues related to entitlements.

Regulatory Compliance:

  • Ensuring compliance with applicable zoning ordinances, building codes, environmental regulations, and other legal requirements throughout the development process.
  • Monitoring changes in regulatory requirements and advising project teams on potential impacts to development plans.
  • Coordinating with internal stakeholders and external consultants to implement mitigation measures and address regulatory concerns.
  • Building and maintaining positive relationships with local government officials, community stakeholders, andother relevant parties involved in the entitlement process.
  • Communicating project objectives, benefits, and potential impacts to stakeholders through meetings, presentations, and outreach efforts.
  • Generating reports and updates on entitlement status, milestones, and key developments for internal and external stakeholders.