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Professional Construction Estimates and Project Control Services

Tempest Company specializes in providing construction consulting services to firms with projects located all over the United States and around the world. Our services include estimating, scheduling, project controls, construction consulting, and expert services. Tempest personnel are highly experienced in construction - from the concept and budgeting stage, to the design period and then to the construction and project close out phase.

As an owner, contractor, subcontractor, attorney, construction manager, architect or engineer, Tempest Company gives you an extra edge with our professional construction estimates, schedules, project control services, expert services and construction consulting.

Project Showcase

Substation
5/26/2015
Client Need: A construction/trenching contractor who wanted to expand their business and had a lack of experience estimating this type of project.

Chain Restaurant
4/27/2015
Client Need: A Plumbing Contractor who we have worked with before, needed estimating help on a project which had an impending deadline.

Service Maintenance Contract
2/13/2015
A small electrical contractor wanted to expand his business and had no experience bidding this type of work.

Middle School Addition General Contractor
2/10/2015
A Vice President of Estimating called to tell us he has been reading and enjoying our Newsletter for a long time, but had not had the necessity of using outside estimating.

Retail Store
12/5/2014
Client Need: A global retailer needed costs for features at a specific location.

Residence
11/20/2014
Client Need: Expert estimate of damages for a claim

Stadium
11/11/2014
Client Need: A general contractor needed a MEP constructability review.

Market Survey
10/27/2014
Client Need: A school district was preparing a bond program and needed to know the construction market capacity, so they could plan the phasing of the projects.

Bus Garage
10/21/2014
Client Need: A general contractor needed the quantities for a very specific scope of work.

Retail Store
10/9/2014
Client Need: A global retailer was planning on expanding into a new location. They needed to know the cost of renovating an existing space.

Storage and Distribution Center
10/1/2014
Client Need: An electrical contractor wanted to bid a project that did not have any plans and only had a scope letter.

Grocery Store
9/26/2014
Client Need: An electrical contractor received late notice on a grocery store project he wanted to bid.

Retail Store
7/24/2014
Client Need: A national retailer is considering a new style of store, which involves incorporating a parking structure above the retail space.

Toll Way Pay Items
7/24/2014
Client Need: An engineering group needed to know the equipment associated with the individual pay items.

Retail Store
7/24/2014
Client Need: An insurance consultant needed an independent cost estimate for the mechanical and electrical scope of work for a building that had water and fire damage.

Church
7/24/2014
Client Need: A church needed to verify the construction budget that the design firm provided.

Wastewater Treatment Plant
7/23/2014
Client Need: A vender needed a quantity takeoff for a wastewater treatment plant.

Quarry
7/21/2014
Client Need: An industrial contractor needed assistance in a quantity takeoff for the concrete scope of work only on a project.

Hotel
6/20/2014
Client Need: A general contacted needed a quantity takeoff for a hotel project with a bid deadline approaching quickly.