Design / Build
We believe that design-build is more than a method of combining A/E teams with general contractors under one contract. Rather, it is a collaborative effort where the success of each party is directly tied to that of the overall team. This motivates the designer to support the contractor, and in turn the contractor supports the designer, from design through occupancy.
With design and construction phases that overlap, bidding periods are integrated into the process more efficiently. The costly redesign process is eliminated, resulting in a drastic reduction of the total time for design and construction. These characteristics lend themselves perfectly to the fast-track method of construct.
Representatives from each member of the Design-Build Team will meet to develop the risk parameters in detail, prioritize them, and prepare risk mitigation processes. The focus will be on the end product as built and commissioned, and a step-by-step approach that deals with every event that might impact on a successful end product. This process requires team members to have a thorough understanding of the design- build methodology, thus allowing maximum constructibility and schedule compliance without stifling the design aesthetic.
The Design-Build Team approach to the Projects and task on the contract will center on the single most important element to a design-build project effective and timely communication. The team’s objective for this project is to combine the forces of the design team, construction team, and the Government to provide cost-effective, timely, and responsive solutions for this project.
Advantages of Brandon Commercial Development Turnkey Approach
Single Source of Accountability: A collaborative team of consultants, architects, builders, subcontractors, suppliers, and client / owner managed through a single project manager allows Brandon Commercial Development to ensure optimal communication as client goals are consistently exceeded.
Time-Efficiency: Brandon’s fully integrated team is charged with optimizing and reducing he time to convert each project from inception to completion. This is accomplished by focusing on quality assessments that reduce the need for rework and redesigns, by overlapping design and construction phases, and by streamlining buy-out and bidding times.