Well-considered construction management solutions from forward thinking professionals deliver the results you need.
Who We Are
CoAct Construction Advisors is the brainchild of Brent Stuntzner and Kaydee Kreitlow.
What We Believe
Teamwork, communication, and leadership.
Healthy teamwork can minimize cost overruns, reduce wasted time, and encourage quality workmanship.
• Clear communication can improve teamwork, encourage trust, and strengthen business relationships.
• Purposeful leadership can elicit clear communication, minimize disputes, and bring out the best in the Team.
Let CoAct assist you on your next project and we will help make the building process better, easier, and more profitable.
What We Do
CoAct Construction Advisors recognizes that every project is different and that every Client has unique needs. Therefore we can provide different levels of service, depending on your specific needs. See below for an overview of our levels of service with examples of the typical scope of work included:
Owner’s Virtual Representative (OVR)¹
- Review design team proposals
- Monitor design process schedule
- Review consultant/vendor invoices and Change Orders
- Facilitate pre-const. & const. meetings
- Review project closeout docs
Owner’s Project Representative (OPR)²
- Includes all OVR items plus
- Issue monthly progress reports
Construction Manager as Advisor³
- Includes all OPR items plus
- Due diligence and/or land acquisition support
¹All services provided virtually. No land use or physical site visit services included.
²No land use services included.
³Some services provided virtually. Some services provided virtually.
Meet Our Team
Brent Stuntzner, AIA, NCARB, CSI
Brent is a licensed architect in Oregon, Washington, Virginia, and elsewhere. In addition to his experience with large senior housing developments, K-12 projects, higher education facilities, and office spaces, he also has a substantial background in both residential and commercial construction. Brent’s initiation into commercial construction took place in McMurdo Station, Antarctica in the early 1990s where he worked for Antarctic Support Associates, an operations and construction contractor for the National Science Foundation. After nearly two years of the ice and cold, Brent relocated to Portland, Oregon where he worked as a residential carpenter and general contractor for over 20 years. Later, in 2009, he earned his Master’s of Architecture degree from the University of Oregon and began his career in commercial architecture, project management, and construction administration.
Kaydee Kreitlow, AIA
Kaydee is licensed architect in Oregon with experience designing large senior housing facilities,small commercial remodeling projects, and tiny houses. Born in Oregon, Kaydee spent a decade on the East Coast doing design and learning hands-on natural building at Yestermorrow, and a year as a construction site leader for Habitat for Humanity New York City. After an epic road trip in 2011 Kaydee found herself back in Oregon and has proceeded to build roots and community now that she is back home. Kaydee has a Bachelor’s of Architecture from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY.