Construction Services

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ICI Buildings

The Construction Management of new buildings and other constructed items required for product production and product storage, not to mention Renovations, Additions, Remediation, Mezzanine, Bases, pads, ramps, curbs.

Radiation Protection, Hazardous Materials Remediation,  Clean Rooms, Shelters, and Booths, Concrete Cleaning, Concrete Resurfacing, Concrete Rehabilitation

Building Interior 

The Construction Management of a building’s prime interior divisions, including Mechanical, Electrical, HVAC, and interior finishes, including
Demountable wall systems, Metal Linear ceiling systems, Acoustic wall treatment, Acoustic ceiling systems, Soundproofing, Computer floor systems, Hollow Metal Door/Frame/Hardware, Building Caulk, Sealants.

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Utility-Scale Solar Power

The Construction Management of Utility-Scale Solar Power Plants that provide ‘Centralized PV – Providing centralized power generation for the supply of bulk power to the ‘edge of grid’ (your plant) and beyond to the HONI grid’


The Construction Management of Utility-Scale ‘Battery Energy Storage System’ Installations. (BESS for short), provides reliable and uninterrupted power supply because your plant is sensitive to power outages. Create your power backup solution coupled with the security of the power supply.

 Solar Car Ports

The Construction Management of Solar Car Ports using existing parking areas to generate sustainable power without sacrificing land on your site. Incorporating Vehicle charging stations, outdoor lighting systems, kiosks into an ‘edge of grid’ (your plant or office) generating system and beyond to the HONI grid.

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  • Walls
  • Floors
  • Ceilings
  • Doors
  • Property
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Temporary Construction

  • Fence
  • Scaffold
  • Pedestrian Barricades
  • Traffic Barricades
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Why Seabrook?

I share with the Owner a common objective to get the best price, from the right contractor or supplier, for the cost of the work. In this fashion, the Construction Management team made up of the Owner, Architect, and Construction Manager works together to ensure the projectʹs success.


Finest in Service Fairest in Cost


Optimum flexibility in contracting and procurement


Enhanced project design and construction quality


Control of the scope of the work


Both Owner's Agent and At-Risk Delivery Methods


Providing Construction Management Since 1976


Why Construction Management?
The difference between negotiated and hard-bid contracts has to do with the incentives for performance. Whereas, A General Contractor, ʺlump sumʺ contract uses 100% completed drawings to establish a set price for constructing the project, then is rewarded to the extent that the project costs are less than the bid price. The difference between the project costs and the bid amount is the Fee for the General Contractor (GC). As a result, it becomes the objective of the GC to construct the Ownerʹs facility at the least cost possible. As the GC determines ways in which to reduce cost, the Owner receives no added benefit. The objectives of the Owner and the General Contractor are at odds from the beginning.
What benefit does Construction Management Offer an Owner?
Construction Management Contracts Better Serve to Align the Construction Managers’ Objectives with Those of the Owner. Comprehensive management of every stage of the project, beginning with the original concept and project definition, yields the best benefit to owners. Construction Management contracts, unlike any other type of delivery method, are exceptionally good at providing a means to allow flexibility for an Owner during the development of a facility.
What Controls are in place for an Owner?
One of the primary by‐products of a CM contract is the Owners access to actual costs. On the other hand, with a hard-bid project, the General Contractor bills for an estimated completion percentage for scheduled values of work. The Owner is left to judge whether the value of work and the estimated amount of work completed to date is accurate. As a result, the Owner pays for work that may or may not be complete at that time. With a CM contract, an Owner only pays for costs incurred, much like you do in your own business.
How are Sub Trades Managed?
The selection process for Construction Management focuses on qualifications and price rather than low bids.
Bids are received from a select list of prequalified subcontractors, thus giving the Owner the benefit of a bid project.
Assuring the Owner they will receive the best quality for the money and a timely delivery