Optimizing Installation Through Integrated Design-build Construction

Installation is the final step in the design-build construction process, but it is also the step that presents the highest risk. When the installation of your project isn’t carefully planned during the development and design stages, it runs the risk of going off schedule and over budget. A common challenge within the field of design-build construction, the installation stage is often the most complex and difficult to execute.

When your build is ready to be assembled and installed, the last thing you want to worry about is navigating unexpected barriers that cost you time and money. That’s why we have developed our workflow to begin with the end in mind. By guiding projects from concept to completion and self-performing work during the installation phase, we deliver critical continuity and avoid any potential delays, complications, and miscommunication that may come as a result of handing off projects to different parties between phases. This integrated workflow results in faster completion, reduced risk, and greater control of your project and budget.

 

This integrated model also provides you with a unique advantage when completing projects across a broad geography. Whether you’re looking to build a chain of small stores, or are developing a new hotel, the continuity Nomodic provides from the beginning of the design phase ensures consistency and efficiency is maintained through to the time of install.

You deserve to work with a team that is committed to crafting your vision, within your desired budget and time constraints. Our team of designers, architects, fabricators, and installers take an integrated approach to every step of the process, seamlessly identifying and integrating efficiencies that give you the keys to your new project, sooner.

To learn more about how Nomodic’s integrated process can benefit your project, click here.

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