Due Diligence
Plan Check Processing
Risk Management
Budget Management

A real estate development project will often stumble if it is not properly staffed with an experienced project manager. A project manager must take on the daunting task of solving a multitude of project issues to position the project for development. In a sense, the project manager is like a quarterback in football whereby he or she has to coordinate and process project issues at the same time with many different types of industry specialists. Comprehensive project management is essential in today's business environment and building a team with DPFG's technical resources from across its diverse practice areas in real estate will improve the overall success of your project. DPFG consultants are there every step of the way to ensure your project is on time, within budget, and a superior project.


  • Expediting of plan check review process, building permits and fee payments
  • Negotiate mitigation, development, and fee deferment agreements
  • Process loan draws
  • Represent the client's project in public meetings
  • Negotiate cost sharing agreements and MOU's with developers
  • Create and maintain the development schedules and provide weekly status reports
  • Prepare, submit, process and expedite project submittal packages
  • Obtain land-use approvals from local, state, and federal agencies
  • Investigate legal, environmental, physical and political aspects of project
  • Determine cost of agency fees, R.O.W., and improvements necessary for project development
  • Meet with client design team consultants to provide direction, quality control, and streamline the project design and plan check approval process
  • Create and maintain budgets, monthly cash flows, project proformas, and development schedules
  • Submit and track utility reimbursement packages