Benefits of Design/Build
Is Design/Build the Right Model for You?
You have three standard options for tackling a major remodeling project:
1 retain architect design - Benefits of Design/Build
2 hire design firm - Benefits of Design/Build
3 hire contractor - Benefits of Design/Build

While each of these options presents its own benefits, liabilities and trade-offs, you’re likely to achieve the best outcome with a Design & Build firm, assuming that firm has strong design and construction departments. We believe in having both design and construction under one roof. A design/build model links the planning and execution phases within the umbrella of one firm. With our firm, we have fully-staffed design and construction departments.

We believe in having both design and construction under one roof. A design/build model links the planning and execution phases. A renovation project succeeds or fails in both the planning phase (design) and the execution phase (construction). We see every project as two very integrated opportunities to build your project twice–once on paper, and then in reality. With that in mind, let’s look more in detail at the three models.

We’ve summarized the benefits of the design/build model.

DESIGN/BUILD
  • Create Basic Design
  • Refines Design
  • Materials Selection
  • Provide Firm Fixed Price
  • Jobsite Management
  • Single Point of Responsibility
  • Construction by Employees

ARCHITECT
  • Create Basic Design
  • Refines Design
  • Materials Selection
  • Provide Firm Fixed Price
  • Jobsite Management
  • Single Point of Responsibility
  • Construction by Employees

CONTRACTOR
  • Create Basic Design
  • Refines Design
  • Materials Selection
  • Provide Firm Fixed Price
  • Jobsite Management
  • Single Point of Responsibility
  • Construction by Employees