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Welcome to Baer & Associates

An industry-leader in construction cost estimating with services including:

Cost Estimating

We've provided accurate construction cost estimates and consultation services to hundreds of clients, including architectural firms, governments & more.

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Owner's Representation Services

With over 40 years of experience on thousands of projects, we know what it takes to successfully plan and execute a construction project.

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Value Engineering

With an understanding of an owner's cost targets and quality standards, we generate a list of feasible alternatives to meet the goals of a given project.

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Cost Consulting

Baer & Associates has built a business and reputation supplying accurate and timely budgets, cost estimates and other related consulting services.

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Litigation Support / Expert Witness Testimony

The majority of our litigation support work has resulted in settlements achieved through mediations and negotiations without having to reach trial.

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Cost Segregation

Our experience with all aspects of construction and payment documentation and our expertise on existing buildings and facilities sets us apart.

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Field Inspections

Baer & Associates provides our customers with field inspections and reports for a multitude of purposes such as claims analysis & conditional assessments.

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Market & Workforce Studies

Put our 40 years of cost consulting to use in helping you understand the market forces and their impacts on labor pricing and productivity in a region.

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Featured Projects

  • Upstate New York State Casino

    Baer & Associates, LLC is honored to participate in the planning and design-team building process for this exciting project.  The Grand Hudson Hotel & Casino proposal was one of seventeen bids submitted for consideration in the high-stakes competition to win a casino license in Upstate New York. The location in New Windsor New York is envisioned to link Orange County and the Catskills region of New York State to its previous era of economic success.

  • Buffalo Canalside (South Aud Block Redevelopment)

    The Buffalo Waterfront was once a bustling industrial port that marked the Western terminus of the Erie Canal and served as a major gateway to the west. "Canal Side" will reestablish the City's relationship with the waterfront. The new harbor at the foot of Main Street positions the First Niagara Center as a waterfront site, the new Commercial Slip celebrates the history of the Erie Canal, and the Prime Slip brings water into the center of the development.

  • Binghamton University

    The East Housing Complex includes 3,000 beds of student housing in eight residence halls, support and a collegiate center.  Project goals include promoting student interaction, supporting and maintaining the living / learning environment, maximizing space utilization through flexible multi-functional design, and designing sustainable facilities that meet LEED Certification standards.

  • Alfred State College

    The approximately 60,000 square foot building houses a mixed program of campus club and student government offices, public gathering spaces, food services, a climbing wall, a radio station and a "dirty space" for students to engage in engineering projects. The facility incorporates many sustainable design features including a geothermal heating system, energy recovery wheels for HVAC, sunshade louvers, rainwater harvesting, a green roof and water efficient plumbing fixtures. 

  • State University of New York College at Fredonia Science Complex Phase 1

    Phase 1, construction of an impressive three-story building of 92,000 square feet designed by Mitchell / Giurgola Architects LLP, was planned to enhance math and science learning. It houses the biology and chemistry/biochemistry departments, in addition to the environmental science and science education programs.

  • State University of New York College at Fredonia Science Complex Phase 2

    Phase 2, renovation of Houghton Hall, will commence upon completion of the new building and eventually house the departments of physics, geosciences, mathematics and computer and information sciences - thereby creating a Fredonia Science Complex dedicated to all of the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) disciplines.  Previously spread over 4 different buildings, all sciences will now be under one roof.

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