Kascon Projects is a construction management company specialising in architect designed residential projects and commercial building refurbishments. We believe that each project, client and site holds unique opportunities that as a multi-skilled team we can process to deliver an end result to our clients’ satisfaction. Our construction capabilities have grown form the delivery of small residential extensions to large scale residential homes, fit outs, commercial building refurbishments and multi-unit residential developments.
The diverse skillset of our management team ensures we are able to understand our clients’ needs and requirements, to provide every project with experienced management, quality and timely delivery. We have an extensive list of clients from the private and public sectors. Our focus is to continue to grow these relationships, repeat business and strengthen our position as one of Canberra’s enduring construction companies.
Kascon offers construction management services through a multitude of arrangements; cost plus, lump sum and guaranteed maximum price.
Combining the skillset of our team of professional builders, architects, engineers and estimators at an early phase, we are able to provide design review and cost advice services. To ensure a cost effective development that is market sensitive we can analyse and provide advice on structural systems, building layout, facade innovations and finishes. Our knowledge from a cost benefit perspective of building systems, methodology and materials aids in refining the project design to ensure successful value for money outcomes.
Our design management team, headed by Dane Kasunic, develops and manages the design phase by integrating buildability and materials to ensure the most efficient design possible. This translates to savings in time and cost without compromising the architectural integrity of the project. The Design and Construct (D&C) delivery method is also a risk mitigation tool for clients. Under a D&C arrangement, our team becomes responsible for co-ordination between design disciplines. This mitigates exposure to the possibility of variations during the construction phase as a result of conflicts in design documentation.