Constructability/Pre-Procurement Document Analyst
Melissa L. Dymock has over 18 years of experience in construction management and estimating. A graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University in Blacksburg, VA, Ms. Dymock began her career as an estimator for Vanguard Construction and moved into field operations. The types of projects she has been involved with include high-end residential, luxury retail, and commercial construction. Ms. Dymock’s diligence and attention to detail helped her develop a very keen insight regarding how designers and specifiers document their intent and the foresight to recognize deficiencies that form the basis of claims regarding logistical challenges and costly omissions that threaten project delivery. Recently, Ms. Bagate worked with Ms. Dymock on fiscal year budgeting for capital projects and capital projects master planning for a well-known cultural institution.
Construction Cost Consultants
ELLANA, Inc. is a construction consultant firm that provides cost management and project controls services for a wide range of construction projects nationally and internationally. Ms. Bagate is working with ELLANA, Inc. to develop project cost macro templates that integrate with 4D models to enable continuously integrated overall project cost control. ELLANA, Inc. is also a certified Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE).
Real Estate and Construction Law
Tuttle Yick LLP is a commercial real estate and construction law firm, serving as counsel to individual and institutional owners, developers, REITS, condominium and cooperative boards and design professionals in real estate acquisitions and development. Ms. Bagate formerly worked with founding partner Alex Tuttle and Henry H. Korn, Esq. presently of counsel to Tuttle Yick.
Specifications and Q/A Documentation
Conspectus is a specifications consulting firm that specializes in capturing and documenting quality, performance and functional requirements for construction projects, ensuring that the A/E professional’s design intent is not ‘lost in translation’.