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Planning Management

Programming Assistance


Feasibility Studies

Design Development

Budget Development

Project Scheduling

Construction Estimating

Constructability Review

Project Management

Consultant/Contractor Selection

Planning Applications

Building Permit Applications

Value Engineering

Construction Documents QC

Code Compliance Review

Specifications Review

Bid Management

Construction Management

Construction Administration

RFI Review and Coordination

Change Order Management 

Accounting Management

Document Management

Budget and Schedule Monitoring

Closeout Management

Flexible Payment Planning
Architecture Model Sketching
Construction Planners



Design-Bid-Build (DBB)

DBB has three distinct project phases: the design phase (design team is chosen for the project), the bid phase (general contractor is selected through RFP process) and build phase (when the project is built by the selected general contractor and subcontractors).

Best used on: Projects that are relatively simple, tight on time, and have a limited budget.


Design-Build (DB)

DB is a project delivery method which the owner hires the design and construction team under one contract to deliver the project from start to finish. Since the same team is responsible for the design and construction phases, DB helps reduce pricing changes throughout the project. Changes are usually isolated to situations where unknown conditions occur, or owner requests require cost increases.

Best used on: Owner wants a significant amount of cost control and establish a firm maximum price of the project early on.


Multi-Prime (MP)

MP is similar to DBB in that it has three sequential project phases, but with MP, the owner contracts directly with separate specialty contractors for specific and designated elements of the work, rather than with a single general or prime contractor.

Best used on: Owner wants control over the entire process.

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