Every project we work on includes an increasing amount of Modern Building Materials, which are extremely reliable.
3D visualization gives us an opportunity to look at the finished project and decide what needs to be done.
Our team uses the 3D Printing technology to push architectural design forward and implement new ideas into our projects.
Our Zero Accidents / No Excuses philosophy is a daily mantra representing our uncompromised commitment to provide a safe and healthy work environment. Every day, we plan safety into each task to meet our goal of zero injuries, which means zero negative impact to our workers, the project, and the client.
Top Project stands firm in our commitment that all employees return home in the same healthy condition as they arrived. Across all levels of our organization, our commitment to safety is proven by millions of self-performed work hours and our current experience modification rating (EMR) of 0.66, which is significantly better than the industry average safety rating of 1.0. Our EMR is based on 1,000 employee-owners of which over 600 are craftworkers self-performing more than 1.5 million hours of trade and craft labor each year.
The ideal green building would be a building project that would allow you to preserve most of the natural environment around the project site, while still being able to produce a building that is going to serve a purpose. The construction and operation will promote a healthy environment for all involved, and it will not disrupt the land, water, resources and energy.
Green design is about finding that balance between high-quality construction and low environmental impact. A lighter footprint means a longer-lasting planet, which is a win for the builder, client and environment. Green building is a goal and a process. Viewing sustainable building as a process is important, because green-building success isn’t just a matter of building with green materials. Green building combines both materials and processes to maximize efficiency, durability and savings. At Top Project, we understand its importance and do everything to reduce the harmful effect of construction industry.
Client risks are around cost time and quality. Risk management considerations for the client may include various risks, for example, feasibility risk, design risk, commercial risk, funding risk, and others.
For contractors the biggest risk is around the tender stage when commitments are made to a price and a timescale. Subcontractors may not stand by their quotes and work may be more expensive than estimated.
To reduce these risks, a health and safety plan is required for all but the smallest of projects. It is an important means of communication throughout the project as it ensures the correct and safe completion of a project.
Fire risks are always present on construction sites and the Construction (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1996 require contractors to take measures to prevent risk of injury from fire.