Faster Delivery — collaborative project management means work is completed faster with fewer problems.
Cost Savings — an integrated team is geared toward efficiency and innovation.
Better Quality — design-builders meet performance needs, not minimum design requirements, often developing innovations to deliver a better project than initially imagined.
Singular Responsibility — one entity is held accountable for cost, schedule and performance.
Decreased Administrative Burden — owners can focus on the project rather than managing disparate contracts.
Reduced Risk — the design-build team assumes additional risk.
Reduced Litigation Claims — by closing warranty gaps owners virtually eliminate litigation claims.
Design-build saves time and money while allowing for more innovation, collaboration and better projects.