Our Design-Build Method
IMARK Builders Inc. maintains the belief that the quality and progress of a project, along with its costs and completion dates, can be controlled within a single organization. This organization would accept the responsibility for all of these factors and assume the title of design-builder. Placing your trust in IMARK as your design-builder will give ease to your thoughts. Knowing that your design is in the hands of seasoned project managers, who can balance an excellent design with an impeccable value.
Design-Build is ideal for the client who wants to interact exclusively with a single responsible organization. The ability to select your architectural design and at any point in time consult on an idea; provides you with the reassurance that you are in control of the cost and scheduling. As you narrate your vision on paper we identify the level of quality you expect so that we may surpass it as we turn that vision into a reality. Make IMARK your design-builder and we will help put your visions to work.
This diagram is a representation of the design build method versus the traditional build method. You can see the design-build method allows you to fast track the process. While we apply for the permits and work to finalize the drawings, the foundations can be set and poured so you can take your time designing an interior to your specifications. There are a few points the diagram cannot show you that we would like to address. Some advantages with the design build method are:
- A single responsible team — there is a teamwork approach rather than conflicting egos and finger pointing.
- Project costs are established earlier in the process.
- Precise and time-saving construction schedules.
- More innovative solutions to presented issues.
- Greater control over your project.
- A more experienced team with a finished product of an incomparable quality.
- Fewer changes.
- Improved risk management.
Combined, our team has more than 60 years of experience in the design, building and renovation phases of commercial construction, including installing Varco-Pruden pre-engineered steel buildings.