DESIGN-BUILD Delivery

Design-Build Excellence

Elevate your construction projects with our proficiency in the art of design-build delivery. Seamlessly integrating design and construction under one roof, our approach streamlines the entire process, fostering collaboration and innovation. From conceptualization to completion, we prioritize efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and quality craftsmanship, ensuring your vision transforms into a reality that exceeds expectations.

Explore the advantages of our design-build expertise, where creativity meets functionality. Benefit from a single point of accountability, accelerated project timelines, and a holistic approach that optimizes both the design and construction phases. Our team is dedicated to delivering turnkey solutions that not only meet but exceed your project goals, setting the stage for success in every endeavor.

Whether you’re embarking on new construction or seeking to revitalize existing structures, our design-build construction delivery brings a harmonious blend of architectural ingenuity and construction acumen, ensuring a seamless and integrated experience from inception to completion.

Unlocking Excellence with Design-Build

Experience a paradigm shift in construction project delivery with our Design-Build services, a methodology heralded for its unparalleled efficiency and holistic approach. At Centrix Energy Partners, we draw inspiration from successful projects like those showcased in our Design-Build portfolio, highlighting the myriad benefits that set this delivery method apart.

Streamlined Communication and Accountability

Design-Build stands as a beacon of streamlined communication and singular accountability. By integrating the design and construction phases under one roof, our approach eliminates the potential for miscommunication and delays often associated with other delivery methods. With a single point of contact, clients can expect a smoother, more efficient process from conception to completion.

Accelerated Timelines and Cost Predictability

One of the standout advantages of Design-Build is the ability to accelerate project timelines and ensure cost predictability. Our portfolio exemplifies projects that not only meet but often surpass initial expectations in terms of completion dates and financial parameters. This is achieved through concurrent design and construction phases, reducing the overall project duration and providing clients with greater confidence in budget adherence.

Innovation and Collaboration as Standard

Design-Build fosters a culture of innovation and collaboration, evident in our showcased successes. Unlike traditional methods where design and construction teams may operate in silos, our approach encourages continuous collaboration. This results in creative solutions to challenges, optimized designs, and an overall project that reflects the synergy of diverse expertise working harmoniously toward a common goal.

Why Choose Design-Build Over Other Methods

While alternative delivery methods have their merits, our experience and success stories underscore the unique advantages of Design-Build. By choosing Design-Build, clients can expect a more efficient, collaborative, and cost-effective journey from project inception to realization, ensuring a transformative experience that goes beyond the capabilities of traditional delivery methods.

Navigating Risks in CMAR and Design-Bid-Build Deliveries:

While Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) and Design-Bid-Build (DBB) are conventional project delivery methods, each comes with its set of challenges and inherent risks. Understanding these risks is crucial for informed decision-making in project management.

CMAR (Construction Manager at Risk)

Incomplete Cost Certainty

CMAR projects often face challenges in achieving complete cost certainty early in the process. The construction manager is involved in the project during the design phase, but unforeseen issues or changes may arise during construction, impacting the overall project cost.

Potential for Conflict of Interest

The dual role of the construction manager as both advisor and contractor may introduce a potential conflict of interest. Balancing the client’s interests with those of the construction manager can be delicate, potentially impacting decision-making and project outcomes.

Limited Competitive Bidding

CMAR projects may involve a limited competitive bidding process during the construction phase. While this allows for collaboration and early involvement of the construction manager, it may restrict the client’s ability to benefit from competitive pricing.

Design-Bid-Build (DBB):

Sequential Process and Extended Timelines

DBB follows a sequential process where design, bidding, and construction occur in separate phases. This can lead to extended project timelines as each phase must be completed before moving to the next, potentially delaying the overall project completion.

Limited Collaboration Opportunities:

Unlike CMAR, DBB lacks the early collaboration between the design and construction teams. This sequential approach may limit the opportunity for innovation, optimization, and problem-solving that can arise when these teams collaborate from the project’s outset.

Change Orders and Budget Impact:

The absence of close collaboration in the design phase can result in unforeseen issues during construction, leading to change orders. These changes may impact the project budget and timeline, creating challenges in maintaining cost predictability.

Mitigating Risks with Informed Decision-Making:

While both CMAR and DBB have their merits, mitigating risks requires careful consideration of project complexity, goals, and client preferences. Engaging in early and thorough planning, clear communication, and a proactive risk management strategy can help navigate the challenges associated with these traditional delivery methods. Alternatively, exploring more collaborative and integrated approaches, such as Design-Build, can offer solutions that address the limitations of CMAR and DBB, providing a more streamlined and risk-averse project delivery experience.