MIGO's NAICS Codes include:
236220 (Primary), 236210, 237310, 237990, 237110, 238110, 238120, 238910, 238990, 237120, 221310, 115310, 213112
MIGO is a woman-owned small business (WOSB), economically-disadvantaged woman-owned small business (EDWOSB), minority-owned small business, and a total small business under NAICS Code 236220.
MIGO's ownership has documented successful award and execution of complex RFPs and construction projects in Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and New Mexico, as well as many other states CONUS and international AORs OCONUS.
MIGO concentrates on commercial and industrial projects for city, state, and federal clients. While everyone enjoys the high-profile projects, MIGO thrives on the lesser known SRM-type infrastructure and support projects that keep our city, state, and federal agencies functioning at a high level.
MIGO is well experienced in managing construction projects for the City of Oklahoma City, state of Oklahoma, and numerous federal agencies, including the United States Corps of Engineer - Tulsa District, Tinker AFB Contracting, Little Rock AFB Contracting, Whiteman AFB, Joint Base San Antonio, Vance AFB Contracting, Altus AFB Contracting, Department of Veterans Affairs (NCO 16 and 19), and Oklahoma Air National Guard.
MIGO is a general contractor at heart. Whether it is a large complex project, or of small quick project, MIGO implements proven controls to manage cost, schedule, and performance on every project. In addition to general contracting services, MIGO has strong self-performance capabilities. MIGO has recent and relevant experience on the following project types:
MIGO is always actively looking to expand our in-house capabilities and subcontracting services. MIGO self-performs many trades and scopes for MIGO prime contracts and as a subcontractor for other general contractors within our OKC metro area. Currently, MIGO has in-house capabilities to self-perform the following scopes of work:
Working with trusted architects and engineers, MIGO can carry your concept vision through to the finish line while achieving your goals and objectives in a timely and cost-effective manner and approach. Our A/E partners have a strong understanding of all federal, state, and local design and engineering codes, standards, references, and criteria, such as FAR, UFC, and Installations Design Guides standards. Key features of our design-build services include:
MIGO has customized operational and management forms, and processes and procedures that are designed to effectively and efficiently manage a wide range of construction projects. Success on a construction project starts with detailed planning, followed by continual monitoring and inspection organized by our proven project management processes, procedures, resources, and tools. MIGO provides the following services as a Construction Manager and Owner Representative:
At MIGO Construction Group, we understand the importance of safety, and that is why we have implemented a comprehensive safety program based on the USACE's Health and Safety Manual, EM 385-1-1, which is widely recognized as the industry standard in the federal construction industry. This manual provides guidelines and procedures for identifying and controlling hazards, protecting employees, and maintaining a safe work environment on all projects, including our highly complex federal construction projects. We hold regular safety meetings and training sessions to ensure that our employees are fully aware of the manual's requirements, as well as job-specific hazards, and are equipped to handle any situation that may arise on the job. Clear communication channels are in place for reporting incidents, and ongoing safety inspections and audits are conducted to identify and address any potential hazards. Our zero-tolerance policy for safety violations ensures that all employees are held accountable for maintaining a safe work environment. By following the guidelines set forth in the USACE's Health and Safety Manual, MIGO Construction Group is dedicated to providing our employees, customers, and partners with the safest working environment possible and meet or exceed the safety standards of the government agencies with which we partner.
MIGO Construction Group's quality control program is designed to ensure that all projects are completed in accordance with the approved plans and specifications, and to the highest industry standards. Our program includes the following three phases of inspection, which are in line with the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) inspection process:
Throughout the program, MIGO's quality control team will document all inspections and any deficiencies identified. They will also coordinate with the subcontractor to ensure that all necessary corrective actions are taken in a timely manner and that no incorrect work is built upon or covered up. MIGO's quality control program is designed to ensure that all federal construction contracts are completed on time, within budget, and to the highest industry standards.
At MIGO Construction Group, we understand the importance of having competent, qualified, and safe subcontractors performing work on our projects. That's why we have a comprehensive approach to identifying and managing our subcontractors on our projects. Our approach includes the following steps:
At MIGO Construction Group, we strive to build and maintain a positive and productive relationship with our subcontractors, ensuring that their cost, schedule, and performance are monitored and managed. We believe that by working closely with our subcontractors, we can deliver the highest quality projects, on time, within budget, and 100% safe.
MIGO Construction Group manages project schedules for general construction projects for USACE and Air Force clients by utilizing Oracle Primavera Scheduling software. With this software, we create detailed project schedules that include all required tasks, milestones, and deadlines. Our team works closely with the USACE and Air Force to establish clear and realistic project timelines, taking into account any known constraints or requirements. We also regularly update the schedule as the project progresses, ensuring that we are on track to meet all deadlines and deliver a successful project. Additionally, we use critical path method (CPM) and earned value management (EVM) methodologies to monitor and control the project schedule and cost.
In order to ensure realistic and achievable durations for our subcontractors' scopes, we partner with them to gather input and ensure buy-in on the project schedule. This includes gathering realistic and achievable durations from our subcontractors, and incorporating their input into the schedule to ensure their buy-in. We also take into account our customer's (e.g. USACE and Air Force) mission-critical operations and schedule our work around those operations to minimize disruptions. This approach allows us to build schedules that are realistic and achievable, while also ensuring that our customer's mission-critical operations are not impacted.