Cohesive Approach to the preconstruction process eliminates timing issues, questions concerning project feasibility and the possible communication disconnect between the Design Professional and General Contractor often present when these roles are independent.
Commitment to the Client’s entire project is established early allowing greater focus on the Clients needs and providing the Client a greater level of comfort knowing they need only deal with one entity.
Communication is maintained at an enhanced level during the preconstruction phase by involving the Client and Design-Build Remodeler in a process of assessing and evaluatingClient priorities, budget concerns and design elements resulting in the efficient arrival at the final project scope.
Integration of design elements with budgetary controls allows the preconstruction process to remain focused on maintaining a balance between the level of design and budgetary constraints.
Value Engineering is automatically integrated into the Design-Build process due to the balance between budget controls and design. Priorities are more efficiently evaluated by and for the Client reducing changes during construction.
Resolutions to problems can be identified prior to construction allowing reduced or minimized cost impact to the Client and avoidance of scheduling delays. Progress toward the targeted construction start date is consistent and seamless increasing the Clients confidence with the Design-Build team
Cost Savings are improved through the Design-Build process by minimizing the need for additional design fees and construction change orders.
Return on Investment is improved for the Client through the efficiency of the Design-Build Remodeler.