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Why Nash

Experience the Difference: Reliable Mechanical Contracting Solutions with a Client-Focused Approach

Our highly experienced team has a "Whatever it Takes" attitude to ensure your project is completed with the highest quality standards. With decades of complex project capabilities and a focus on providing a customer-centered experience, you can rely on us to get your mechanical construction done on time and on budget. William R. Nash is the best choice for all of your contracting needs.


William R. Nash, WRN, Nash Proven Process

The basic elements of this process are constant monitoring of: expended costs and manpower productivity against estimated values, schedule management, and the quality of our workmanship. In addition we have invested in Best in Class software tools to help us control productivity, schedules, and construction budgets on all of our projects. Our project managers are trained on using these tools and we follow a disciplined approach whereby our team meets with Senior executives on a regular basis to review project status approach to ensure a successful project outcome.


These procedures will define items such as document distribution, frequency of coordination meetings, and will establish the lines of communication required for the successful completion of the project. The Project Manager will be responsible for handling all financial, contractual matter, purchasing, expediting, and scheduling construction. In the performance of these duties, the Project Manager may elect to delegate certain functions to specific departments; I.e. engineering, prefabrication, estimating, and/or purchasing but still maintains overall responsibility for the project. The Project Manager remains with each project from inception to completion; providing maximum focus throughout the design and construction of each facility.

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Nash’s Project Management process includes the establishment of a team to suit the complexity of each project. The roles included within the Project Management Team are purchasing, accounting, cost analysis, planning, scheduling, and construction. Each team member is a specialist and well versed within their discipline. Nash prides itself in the quality of workmanship found within each Project Management team. A group of seasoned and experienced personnel is made available to the project for its duration.

As the Mechanical Contractor on design assist projects, Nash offers a full complement of pre-construction services during the design phase. Proper utilization of these contractor related activities (I.e. cost estimates, scheduling, and constructability reviews) assures the client that their facility will be constructed in the most economical and efficient manner. All of these tasks require a detailed analysis concerning the key parts of the design and serve to identify potential long lead purchases which must be handled early in the construction phase.


The technique proven to be most effective within The Nash organization is what we like to call our “Stand-Alone” policy. This strategy calls for the establishment of a management team, which is specifically created to satisfy the needs of each individual project. Once the team has been created, Nash’s Project Manager and Project Superintendent plan and schedule the job accordingly. The planning efforts determines task precedence. It’s then decided what tools, equipment, materials, and labor is required to carry out the job competently.

Once the above mentioned is established, scheduling begins. Scheduling is the act of translating plans into a timetable and once the schedule has been formulated, the impact of changes can be evaluated and informed decisions can be made. The schedule is updated on a monthly basis in order to ascertain project status and analyze future manpower and equipment. The successful execution of major construction projects is hinged upon the ability to secure experienced supervisors, skilled workers, and helpers.

Our program of evaluating, hiring, training, and motivating crafts persons is as important as planning and scheduling. Initially, project hiring is obtained through the Superintendent’s and Foreman’s recommendations. Additional personnel are recruited through local contractor associations, state employment commissions, job fairs and advertisements. Resumes for each specific Nash Project Team will be furnished upon request.

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The William R. Nash Executive Management has developed and established a policy of "Executive Involvement" between the Prime Contractor and Owner on their projects. A great deal of our success is attributed to the fact that this policy keeps WRN corporate officers involved in the ongoing projects and they maintain a high level of communication with the client. WRN's Executive involvement policy keeps executive management oversight on the total construction process.


At William R. Nash, the entire management of the construction process is under the direction of our Project Manager. The individual's responsibilities include: project planning, acquiring resources, managing the team, and executing the scope of the project. Our project managers have the discipline to create clear and attainable objectives and see them through until the project is complete. They report to the contractor's or architect's Project Manager and is the point of contact for all communication.

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The Corporate Officer assigned to the project will actively assist in management and policy decision on all phases of the project. This individual will provide executive oversight and will maintain a high level of communication with the client. Site visits will be made on a frequent basis to maintain an overall familiarity with the budget, quality of work, and schedule of the project.


The Project Superintendent reports to the Project Manager and is responsible for the supervision and coordination of all skilled persons, material, and equipment to maintain an efficient operation and to complete projects on schedule. They require all employee and subcontractor workmanship to be consistent with the best practices of the industry and to be completed in full accord with design documents. They are knowledgeable in quality control, local building codes, AHCA requirements, safety and scheduling, and are responsible for execution of the work in a manner consistent with the design.


Safety is our top priority at William R. Nash. It has and will continue to be of the utmost importance to our clients, employees, and projects. Our Safety Director reports directly to Executive Management concerning implementation and administration of the company's safety policies. Frequent safety inspections are conducted to guarantee compliance with all Federal, State, and Local laws, ensuring the proper steps are taken to fulfill our Company's requirements for a healthy and safe work environment.


The Project Organizational Chart illustrate's Nash's approach in the development of our project teams. We appoint the most qualified individuals available from our organization to form this unique construction team.

"William R. Nash has always taken the lead with training and educating our workforce. I wish all contractors would understand how important this training is to their future. On behalf of the Apprenticeship Committee, I once again say thanks and we all appreciate everything you do for this training program."


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